Assistant Professor Dr. Adisak Romsang (Jack) was obtained the Ph.D. in Biotechnology in 2013 from Mahidol University, Thailand with the Dean’s List Award and under the scholarship of Royal Golden Jubilee, Thailand Research Fund. He had been worked as the researcher at Chulabhorn Research Institute for 2 years. He then moved to be a lecturer at the Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University (MUSC) in 2015. He is also the head of Center for Emerging Bacterial Infections at MUSC and being an executive board of the Thai Society for Biotechnology, BIOTEC, NSTDA since 2017 until now.
His research expertise is in the field of molecular genetics, particularly in pathogenic bacteria. He mainly emphasized on hospital-acquired infections and antimicrobial resistance bacteria including Pseudomonas aeruginosa. He expands his research into the host response mechanisms against bacterial infections and recently works on the macrophage model. He published more than 10 Q1 T1 international, 15 proceeding, and 50 conference articles. He has the H-index of 9 and more than 200 citations in the Scopus database.
He got several academic awards including The 2015 Taguchi Prize for outstanding thesis from Thai Society for Biotechnology, the outstanding poster award in the 5th Asia Pacific Protein Association Conference, the outstanding research poster award in the 17th TRF-OHEC Annual Congress 2018, and an innovative teaching award in the Mahidol Quality Fair 2019 from Mahidol University.