Rujinee Paditaporn


Military Rank: Colonel
Academic Title: Assistant Professor
Administrative Appointment: Assistant Head of Department of Pathology
Expertise: Pathobiology
Research Interests: Molecular medicine
Telephone: +66 (0) 89 786 2407
Fax: +66 (0) 2 354 7791


Education and Training:

1987 – 1991 Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology
Silpakorn University, Sanam Chandra Palace Campus, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
1992 – 1995 Master of Science(MSc) in Genetics
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
2000 – 2005 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Pathobiology
Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand


1. Kamolsilp M.,Paditaporn R., Noonai A.,Wasant P. Detection of DMD gene deletions in Thai children patients. Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health. 1995; 26 Suppl 1: 172-174.
2. Rachata Lumkul, Mahatthana Kamolsilp, Thip Sriphaisal, Triroj Krutvecho, Kitti Torcharrus, Wichai Prayoonwiwat, Gun Pongsamart, Thanaruk Thaiprasert, Rujinee Paditaporn. Multidrug Resistant Gene in Acute Leukemia: Preliminary Report. Royal Thai Army Medical J. 1999; 52 (3): 129-135.
3. Akerin Klinchan, Manapol Leksakul, Mahatthana Kamolsilp, Boonchai Boonyawat, Rujinee Paditaporn. Analysis of Human Transforming Growth Factor ß-induced Gene (BIGH3 gene) Mutation in Corneal Lattice Dystrophy in Phramongkutklao Hospital. Royal Thai Army Medical J. 2005; 58 Suppl (1): 74.
4. Paditaporn R., Riengrojpitak S., Punyarit P.,Chindavijak S., Karalak A., Petmitr S. Genetic instability in cervical cancer detected by Arbitrarily Primed Polymerase chain reaction. Asian Pacific J Cancer Prevention. 2007; 8: 109 -112.
5. Mahatthana Kamolsilp, Sureeporn Poungphong, Pipat Sritanabutr, Rujinee Paditaporn. Achievement of integration-based versus discipline-based curriculums in pre-clinical course at Phramongkutklao College of Medicine. Royal Thai Army Medical J. 2014; 67 (3): 93 -102.
6. Rujinee Paditaporn, Mahatthana Kamolsilp, Songsak Petmitr, Phaibul Punyarit, Anan Karalak, Panee Chaksangchaichot, Wanida Pongstaporn, and Pasra Arnutti. The Preliminary Study of Polymorphism of GSTO1 and GSTO2 Genes in Cervical Cancers among Thai Patients.Royal Thai Army Medical J. 2015; 86 (4): 155-164 (Thai language).
7. Ruangpratheep, C., Paditaporn, R., Jindatanmanusan, P. & Arnutti, P. 2017, “The Optimal immunohistochemical staining conditions for engrailed 1 protein”, Royal Thai army medical journal, vol. 70, no. 4, pp. 193 – 202.
8. Paditaporn, R., Jindatanmanusan, P., Ruangpratheep, C. & Arnutti, P. 2018, “Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase gene and vascular thrombosis”, Royal Thai army medical journal, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 31 – 37 (Thai language).