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Supaporn Kulthinee, Research Associate
Supaporn attended the Naresuan University in Thailand and received her bachelor’s degree in Cardo-Thoracic Technology in March of 2004. She went on the receive her master’s degree and PhD. in Medical Physiology. Supaporn continued her education with post-doctoral research training in Renal Physiology, Experimental Hypertension in February 2019.
Supaporn worked as a Cardiovascular Technician at the Heart Center and Cardiac Catheterization Department in Bangkok-Phuket Hospital in Thailand from 2004 to 2005. Then she took a position as a Perfusionist at Queen Sirikit Heart Center of the North East of Thailand in Khon Kaen, Thailand from 2005 to 2008. Supaporn was promoted to Chief Perfusionist at Queen Sirikit Heart Center of the North East of Thailand in Khon Kaen, Thailand in 2009 to 2011. She took a new position as Lecturer at Rajabhat Mahasarakham University at Faculty of Science and Technology in Mahasarakham, Thailand from 2012 to 2016, then took the position of Lecturer, Cardio-Thoracic Technology Program at Chulabhorn International College of Medicine at Thammasat University, Thailand from 2019 to 2021. In 2021 Supaporn took the Assistant Professor of Cardio-Thoracic Technology Program at Chulabhorn International College of Medicine at Thammasat University in Thailand. Currently Supaporn is a Research Associate with the Department of Plastic Surgery at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University in the USA.