Panarasri enjoys doing research for population health. She is a PhD graduate of the University of Queensland’s School of Public Health, Vrije Universitieit Brussel’s Master Program in Medical and Pharmaceutical Research, University of Southern California’s master program in Medical Education and Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Before moving further into doing research she had practiced pharmacy for over 10 years in rural Thailand.
Her research areas of interest include epidemiology and cost-effectiveness analysis. She has practical experiences in doing research for measurement of the burden of non-communicable diseases (cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes) and cost-effectiveness of prevention and control of both communicable diseases (e.g. malaria) and NCD. At certain points in time she worked as a consultant for a few non-government organizations for road safety, elderly, and children health.
Generalized Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Pharmaceutical Interventions for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Thailand.
Khonputsa P. et al, (2012), Value in health regional issues, 1, 15 - 22
Joint prevalence and control of hypercholesterolemia and hypertension in Thailand: third national health examination survey.
Khonputsa P. et al, (2012), Asia-Pacific journal of public health, 24, 185 - 194
Blood pressure, cholesterol and cardiovascular disease in Thailand.
Khonputsa P. et al, (2010), Heart Asia, 2, 42 - 46
Prevalence and management of prehypertension and hypertension by geographic regions of Thailand: the Third National Health Examination Survey, 2004.
Aekplakorn W. et al, (2008), Journal of hypertension, 26, 191 - 198