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Ph.D., Department of Public Health and Policy, Health Economics and Policy Analysis, London University (2002). Currently: Associate Professor in Health Economics. Prior to joining Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University as a lecturer (Introduction to health economics; Economic evaluation; Public Health Administration; Supervision of master and doctoral students) in 1995: Head of Evaluation Unit, AIDS Division of Ministry of Health, Thailand. I received the Young Investigator Award from the International AIDS Conference in Vancouver, Canada in 1996, awarded the Franz Redeker Prize at the 29th World Conference of the IUATLD in November 1998 and AOGIN Prof Harald zur Hausen Award for Best Research : AOGIN 2012 conference of Asia Oceania Research Organisation on Genital Infections and Neoplasia, 13-15 July 2012; Hong Kong University. My researches have focused on exploring the magnitude and health consequences of impact on (AIDS) adult morbidity and mortality on individual, household and community, the development of techniques to evaluate HIV/AIDS prevention activities, and participatory methods to monitor and evaluate TB/HIV/DHF programme in Thailand. I have served in several researches in national and international forums such as Health System Research Institute on: Reform of CSMBS; Research package as proposal and monitoring of UC of health care; and Potential Benefit of AZT preventive therapy in Perinatal HIV Transmission and its Cost-effectiveness Analysis, Thailand National Health Forums on: Dengue burden, cost of illnesses, public and private willingness to pay for Dengue vaccine in Thailand; and Cost-Utility Analysis of Thalassemia in Thailand, UNAIDS on the National Report on monitoring the follow-up to the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS(UNGASS), WHO/VAM on Cost-Effectiveness analysis of Haeomophilus Influenza type b Vaccination Programme in Thailand, CDC/Atlanta on Primary Prophylaxis against Systemic Fungal Infections among Persons Living with AIDS in Thailand: Cost-effectiveness Analysis. I am also responsible for general management and policy direction of the organisation and establishing a wide range of programmes that are based on partnerships with local academic institutions, NGOs and the Office of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn in a range of countries, including Lao PDR, Cambodia, Myanmar and Vietnam, focusing on areas of research that can be used to help inform policy.
Kanittha Chamroonsawasdi, Sukontha Kongsin, Suwat Srisorrachatr, Nutchawan Boonreung and Sittikorn Rongsumlee
Research Article: J AIDS Clin Res 2014, 5: 384