Academic Staff


Charoensri Thonabulsombat

Assistant Professor
Department of Anatomy, Room B103
Faculty of Science, Mahidol University
Bangkok, 10400, Thailand

Telephone: (+66) (0)2201 5420
Fax: (+66) (0)2354 7168



Research Interest

1. Reproductive Biology
    Oocyte and Sperm Maturation, In Vitro Embryo Production for Assisted Reproduction (IVF-ET, Sexing, and Cryopreservation), genetic studies in Animals.

2. Stem Cell &Transplantation, Tissue Engineering and Hearing Research
    Organotypic culture in auditory neuroscience research, Embryonic and Adult Stem Cell for Medical and Agricultural Researches especially genetic and epigenetic studies in vitro and in vivo, Hearing Research i.e brain slice co-culture model, Immunohistochemistry, Histological Studies

Honors & Awards

2004     Travel Awards for outstanding research at Association for Research in
            Otolaryngology (ARO)

Selected Publications

Aleksandra Glavaski-Joksimovic, Charoensri Thonabulsombat, Anna Jonsson, Mikael Eriksson , Bj๖rn Palmgren, Malin Hgglund and  Petri Olivius. Survival and Integration of Sox-1GFP Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells in Auditory Brain Stem Slice Cultures (2007) Submitted.

Petri Olivius, Charoensri Thonabulsombat, Mats Ulfendahl, and Josef M. Miller. Can the damaged inner ear be replaced? Nordisk Oto-laryng F๖ren XXIX meeting (2005).

Charoensri Thonabulsombat, Mitalipov SM, Wolf DP, and Petri Olivius.  Survival and Integration of Monkey Neuronal Progenitor cells differentiated from Embryonic Stem Cell in Auditory Brain Stem Slice Cultures. ARO-meeting (2005) p. 451

Charoensri Thonabulsombat, Saga Johansson, Christian Sprenger, Mats Ulfendahla and Petri Olivius. Survival of Transplantation of Embryonic Dorsal Root Ganglion Neurons into The Postnatal Rat Brainstem Organotypic Slice Co-Cultures : Extension with Axonal  Projections and Effect of Growth Factors. Scan Physio meeting 2004.

Charoensri Thonabulsombat, Saga Malin Johansson, Petri N Olivius. An Organotypic Slice Co-culture of Postnatal Rat Brainstem and Mouse Embryonic Dorsal Root Ganglion Neurons. ARO-meeting (2004) p. 911





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