Chaipat is equally interested in how normal brain and brain disorders affect human behaviors. He received his internal medicine training from Khon Kaen University (TH), neurology training from Chulalongkorn University (TH), and later went to pursue his Ph.D. in experimental psychology at the University of California San Diego (US). During his time at UCSD, he studied how humans misperceived current information or misremembered past information in interesting ways under the guidance of wonderful mentors; Dr.John Serences, Dr. Timothy Brady, Dr. Rossane Rademaker, Dr. Viola Stoermer, Dr.Eric Halgren, and Dr. VS Ramachandran. His current works focus on bringing psychology and neuroscience perspective to clinical neurology and vice versa using psychophysical methods with various neuro-imaging (MRI, fMRI, DTI, EEG). Whenever possible, he will try to tell people around him how excited brain science is (not always succeed though). But when he is not a researcher nor a doctor, he enjoyed being a silly dad and reading some good books.
Neurologist & Dreamer
A Neurologist who is interested in cognitive and behavioral neurology. After graduated, he fortunately has a chance to experience LOTS of interesting issues in the CCCN lab. He tries to learn and practice in this new world. His focus is on the effect of sleep on cognition, how our brain works during sleep and language.
Google, my bro.
Kanyarat Bonita Benjasupawan
I am Ik or Bonita. “What makes us human?” had intrigued me into being a neuroscientist. I have graduated with MRes Translational neuroscience at University College London and BSc Neuroscience at Edinburgh University, United Kingdom. I am interested in studying visual attention and how it declines with age and other cognitive parameters, by combining EEG data with neural decoding models. In addition to my research, I am passionate about communicating scientific findings to the public and battling against mental health stigma. You can find me around the corner drinking tea and eating scones.
I am a robotics and automation engineer. Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) and Computer Vision are two topics that fascinate me. My study aims to better understand how brain signals and visual processing, which are key components of BCI and Computer Vision, operate in people. In addition, I have the option to work as a research assistant at KMUTT's Neuroscience and Innovation Center, processing EEG signals. My research uses machine learning to depict the reconstruction of spatial attention to investigate the brain processes underpinning human visual attention. However, my ultimate goal is to sleep and watch my cat called Arthur do all the coding for me.
Waragon "Mossy fiber" Phoosuwan
Hello, my name is Waragon Phusuwan. I completed my BSc. (Hons) in Physics from Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) in 2020 and then became a research assistant in CCCN, Most of the things that are interesting to me and the top picks are Physics Mathematics and Computer Science. I am currently researching neuropsychological clusters in aging patients and action classifications in PD using IMU in wearable devices. I am also interested in cybersecurity, data science, and web development. My motto is "Always Try Harder!"
Hi, I’m Yuthachai Sarutikriangkri. You can also call me “Sun”. Currently, I work as a clinical psychologist at King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital. I have studied the comparison of sub-tests in working memory index among posterior cortical atrophy, Alzheimer’s disease, and age-associated memory impairment. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree of science in psychology from Kasetsart University. I’m very interested in the fields of clinical neuropsychology and cognitive decline from any causes.
Coffee, Jazzy, Psychology.
I’m Praew, a clinical psychologist graduated from Thammasat University with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree in psychology. I am fascinated by experimental psychology, especially in psychophysics. But after unexpectedly working as a data visualization engineer in the lab for a while, I was trapped in the data science world and kept improving my skills and knowledge in this field, deliberately, at the moment. I currently working on the brain structural and cognitive developmental change of HIV-infected children project. I’m also a cat person, enjoying eating, drinking good tea, listening to music, and giving a comfy vibe to people around me.
For everyone who’s reading this. I’m Tok (originally came from Kaitok), a person who struggles to survive through his incompleteness daily life which ultimately couldn’t be whole by its own. I’ve BSc. in Clinical Psychology from Kasetsart University and got a greatest opportunity to be a part of the Lab members, a group of mad genius people. I’m currently working on collecting data for Thai version of picture-naming test (an inadequate assessment for Thai elderly) and learning to create prototype of Neurological Assessment via coding (HTML, CSS and mostly in JS). I’m looking for the brightest future of sciences which seems like a glimmer in this country (I’ll try to be less dramatic). Lastly, I want to be friend with lovely metallic robot name Issac if he does exists (maybe someday).
I am a research intern. My current interest is Clinical Neuropsychology. I can passionately committed to my work if there are an incredible amount of knowledge and money ready for me. :smile:
Hi, here is Natrada, but everyone around me calls me Kratai. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Kasetsart University and I am now working as a psychology research assistant. In this lab, I have got a great opportunity to practice neuropsychology, such as memory, attention, and language, which I am passionate about. And I also love going out to find a tasty cup of coffee every single day.
Hi stealthy reader! I’m Joe, a medical student who dreams of being a neuropsychiatrist before thirty years old. Luckily in 2023, I’ll be a doctor graduating from the Faculty of Medicine at Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University. Apart from the field of medicine, I am fascinated by complex systems science including the brain network, human cognition, and social behaviors. My current research focuses on the human connectome and aims to propose connectomic fingerprints (fMRI, DTI, EEG) as predictive biomarkers for neuropsychiatric disorders. I’m keenly looking to co-create more research in these fields to bridge the gap between the patient’s brain, mind, and behavior. I’m also a wine lover, scuba diver, and bookworm. If you need more info, let’s have some dialogues!
Kanathip is a medical student who is fascinated by the cognitive neuroscience of language and learning. He was enrolled in a dual MD/MSc degree at Chulalongkorn University. He’d love to have a great insight into the interaction between cognition, language, and culture, which is a state of metacognition and meta-learning. He is currently working on language-related cognitive impairment and manipulation of the learning process. His ultimate goal is “The Map of Everything”, a mapping of his whole brain! Whenever he is away from work, he enjoys the aesthetics of taste and scent. You may find him wandering around the city for tasty food, good wine, and fragrant perfume.
Hello, I’m Naphapa (Prinn). I’m currently a (pseudo)medical student at Chulalongkorn University. My interest is in the area of Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience. Now I’m studying the effects of visual experience on CXR interpretation. I am also interested in computer programming and I’m looking to develop my coding skills. Outside of the lab, I’m actively involved in the medical student community. I also enjoy reading, playing guitar, and spending time with people. Most importantly, coffee is my life!!
A 5th-year medical student at KMCH. He presented with a lack of energy and motivation during his clinical clerkship. His current treatments are neuroscience, mathematics and computer science. The question about how humans are able to learn and think is always on his mind. How can humans make a causal inference with a small amount of data? Why are we able to learn many things and generalize our knowledge to different topics? Discovering the answer for these questions will help us to build machines that learn and think like people. However, there are still some works to do before he tackles those hard problems.
He’s currently working on auditory perceptual learning. His colleagues are being tortured by listening to heart sounds and identifying if it is an abnormal heart sounds. Being able to see the murmur-associated cortex in the cardiologist’s brain is his goal for this project. When he’s not obsessed with the work, you can find him listening to music at some cool jazz bar. Taking a weird photo on a street is also his favorite activity. You can also talk to him about books and philosophy. He’s something of a madman himself.
Hi, I'm Bank. I'm currently a 6th-year medical student at Chulalongkorn university. I’m passionate about patients with cognitive impairment. In addition to medical fields, I’m interested in cognitive neuroscience, especially visual perception and working memory. My current research project is about ensemble representation bias visual working memory. I'm excited to find out more about human memory and the model of ensemble perception and look forward to collaborating on further projects in these fields. I also enjoy listening to 90s music, watching movies and series, and finding a good place to eat at.
Arp-Arpa (Arb) Kasemsantitham
I graduated from NYU and previously worked as an RA under Dr Marjorie Rhodes at CDSC lab before joining CCCN lab as a medical student. Inspired by everyone in this lab, I hope to explore my interests in how affect, behaviors, and cognition can be studied through neuroimaging techniques—all the various (dis)connections between function and structure. Outside of the lab, I can be found daydreaming, re-reading Camus, and organizing concerts at Lido.
Kasidit "Petchy" Pintanon
Give me the money!