School of Medicine

The School aims to produce doctors; giving emphasis to family and community medicine. Focusing on the care of patients, family and the community holistically, combining medical scientific subjects with behavioural and social sciences, including integrating the teaching and research and focusing primarily on the results of treatment and the quality of life of the patients.

List of All Study Programmes

  • Bachelor’s Degree
    • Medicine


Dr.Siripat Aluksanasuwan

Dr.Siripat Aluksanasuwan


Tel: +66 (0) 5391 6575


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology, Mahidol University, Thailand (2017)
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology (Second Class Honours), King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand (2010)

Aluksanasuwan, S., Plumworasawat, S., Malaitad, T., Chaiyarit, S., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2020). High glucose induces phosphorylation and oxidation of mitochondrial proteins in renal tubular cells: A proteomics approach. Scientific 
Reports, 10, 5843.

Aluksanasuwan, S., Peerapen, P., Plumworasawat, S., Manissorn, J., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2020). Highly effective methods for expression/purification of recombinant human HSP90 and its four distinct (N-LR-M-C) domains. Analytical
Biochemistry, 590, 113518.

Aluksanasuwan, S., Sueksakit, K., Fong-ngern, K., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Role of HSP60 (HSPD1) in diabetes-induced renal tubular dysfunction: regulation of intracellular protein aggregation, ATP production, and oxidative stress. FASEB Journal, 31(5), 2157–2167.

Aluksanasuwan, S., Khamchun, S., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Targeted functional investigations guided by integrative proteome network analysis revealed significant perturbations of renal tubular cell functions induced by high-glucose.
Proteomics, 17(17-18), 1700151.

Vinaiphat, A.*, Aluksanasuwan, S.*, Manissorn, J., Sutthimethakorn, S., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Response of renal tubular cells to differential types and doses of calcium oxalate crystals: Integrative proteome network analysis and
functional investigations. Proteomics, 17(15-16), 1700192 (*These authors contributed equally to this study).

Peerapen, P., Ausakunpipat, N., Sutthimethakorn, S., Aluksanasuwan, S., Vinaiphat, A., & Thongboonkerd, V. (2017). Physiologic changes of urinary 3 of 3 proteome by caffeine and excessive water intake. Clinical Chemistry and
Laboratory Medicine, 55(7), 993-1002.

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School of Medicine

Mae Fah Luang University

333 Moo1, Thasud, Muang, Chiang Rai 57100
0 5391 6566
0 5391 6570