Project: AMIS ThailandMahidol University and Ministry of Public Health Thailand
Our research team in Thailand brings together leading medical anthropologists from Mahidol University and the Ministry of Public Health. Research is based in Nakhon Pathom, near Bangkok, and includes the mapping of antibiotic use, and the networks that antibiotics travel within, including in farms, factories, laboratories, and during medical practice.The research follows antibiotics, microbes, and discourses to national and international arenas.
The AMIS Thailand: Ministry of Public Health project team consists of:
- Komatra Chuengsatiansup
- Sittichoke Chawraingern
- Thitima Urapeepathanapong
- Uravadee Chanchamsang
- Wirun Limsawart
The AMIS Thailand: Ministry of Public Health project team consists of:Share
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