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H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden opened 40th ESNR Meeting

and, in her opening speech, mentioned about chronic traumatic brain injuries of child boxers, presented by Prof Jiraporn Laothamatas, MD, DABR.

A Danish News Agency has interests  in Child Boxers Research

Danish Broadcasting Corporation interviewed Prof. Jiraporn Laothamatas and Dr. Witaya Sungkarat on findings from research on head injury in child        ...

WHO wants to support Research on Thai Child Boxers

Thailand's World Health Organization representatives met with researchers on Child Boxers Research Project to discuss how to support to protect child boxers.

Pharmacogenomic  phase II : 100 pharmacogenes re-sequencing

17 November 2016, 13.00 - 15.30, AIMC Meeting Room B-Floor QSMC Building Ramathibodi Hospital Mahidol University.

Ramathibodi Launches Online Kidney Disease Risk Scoring App

starting July 21, 2016. The app was a product of a large scale Cohort research project to benefit the public and to be a kind of from-research-to-routine knowledge.

Muay Thai -- the child job in fighting (El Pais newspaper)

Ángel L. Martínez, a European news reporter, came to Ramathibodi for research information in her El Pais article on child boxers.

Radio Article by Surapong on Child Boxer Research Awarded

The contest on child rights news and articles by Isra Institute Thai Press Foundation supported by UNICEF

Thalassemia & Leukemia can be cured

At Ramathibodi, Thalassemia & Leukemia can be cured with bone marrow and kidney hematopoietic stem cell transplantations.

Ramathibodi participates in the 5th nationwide research on physical health conditions between Oct. 2013 and Nov. 2014.
Among the fighters, MRI brain studies showed inferior memory response and abnormalities (traumatic brain injuries).
NHK World TV Station Came to Shoot on Thai Brain Mapping Research at Ramathibodi Medical School
Congratulations to Dr. Wiwat Rojanapithayakorn,M.D., the Ramathibodi Alumni 06 awarded the Prince Mahidol Award 2009

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