Dr Dakrong Pissuwan

This project will focus on the development of nanomaterials to be used as a diagnostic tool for detection of pathogens or heavy metal.

Economy: Thailand

Partnering Australian Institution: University of Technology Sydney

Project Title: Developing nanoparticles as a diagnostic tool

Project Outline:

The research under this fellowship will focus on the development of nanomaterials to be used as a diagnostic tool for detection of pathogens or heavy metal.

Reasons for applying for fellowship:

Australia-APEC Women in Research Fellowship not only supports my current research activity but it will also help expose me to precious professional networks that can enhance research collaboration and academic connection between Australia and Thailand.

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