– Sittichoke Chawraingern –
ResearcherSociety and Health Institute Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
Public Health Lane 6 Mueang District, Nonthaburi 11000 Thailand
Sittichoke Chawraingern is a medical anthropologist at the Society and Health Institute. He has conducted anthropological research on community responses to natural disasters, as well as cultural and health risk in Thailand. He has published on anthropology, health administration and training tools for community disasters management in Thailand. As member of the AMIS programme in Thailand Sittichoke will conduct ethnographic following fieldwork, with a specific focus on antimicrobial—microbial relations using a multispecies and chemo-anthropology approach.
Further information on Sittichoke is available on his institutional profile.Share
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