Thanyakorn Chalalai (Eve)

Thanyakorn Chalalai (D.V.M)

大分大学医学部感染予防医学講座 大学院生

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as Crohn disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC) has been attributed to excessive immune responses. Innate and adaptive immune systems maintain intestinal homeostasis, and regulatory immune cells, including Tregs, Th17 cells, ILCs and IELs, play a key role in preventing the excessive immune responses. To gain the insight in the physiological and pathological relevance of immune regulatory molecules, such as antimicrobial peptides, cytokines and chemokines, we utilize genetically engineered mice models and colitis models.


Research Project
  Research on the physiological and pathological relevance of immune regulatory cells and molecules in the intestine. We are testing some colitis models using C.rodentium, DSS and TNBS on mice deficient in antimicrobial peptides (AMPs), cytokines, chemokines or its receptors.

  Dr. Kamiyama, Prof. Kobayashi

Eudcation and Professional Experience
  October 2019 - Present: Oita University Graduate School of Medicine
  October 2013 - September 2019: Lecturer, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Mahasarakhamuniversity (Thailand)
  June 2010 - June 2013: Veterinary Pathology, The Graduate School of Kasetsart University (Thailand) (M.S. Veterinary Pathology)
  April 2009 - February 2010: Veterinarian, Roj-EtAnimalHospital (Thailand)
  June 2003 - April 2009: Faculty of Veterinary Science, Khon Kaen University (Thailand)

Scientific Society
  The Molecular Biology Society of Japan 日本分子生物学会