Tassaneewan 2017
Tassaneewan Laksanasopin, Ph.D.
Lecturer
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Research Interests:
  • Point-of-care testing using microfluidic or lab-on-a-chip technologies

Education

  • 2015 Ph.D. (Biomedical Engineering), Columbia University, USA
  • 2010 M.S. (Biomedical Engineering), Columbia University, USA
  • 2007 Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry (Physics), Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

Honors and Awards

  • Royal Thai Scholarship (2008-2015)

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Nayak, S., Blumenfeld, N.R., Laksanasopin, T., and Sia, S.K., 2016, “Point-of-Care Diagnostics: Recent Developments in a Connected Age”, Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 89 (1), pp 102–123.
  • Laksanasopin, T.*, Guo, T.W.*, Nayak, S., Sridhara, A.A., Xie, S., Olowookere, O.O., et. al., 2015, “A smartphone dongle for diagnosis of infectious diseases at the point of care”,  Science Translational Medicine, Vol. 7, 273re1. (* denotes equal contribution)
  • Chin CD, Cheung YK, Laksanasopin T, Modena MM, Chin SY, et al. “Mobile Device for Disease Diagnosis and Data Tracking in Resource-Limited Settings”. Clin Chem 59:629-40 (2013).
  • Chin CD, Laksanasopin T, Cheung YK, Steinmiller D, Linder V, et al, “Microfluidics-based diagnostics of infectious diseases in the developing world”, Nat Med 17:1015-U138 (2011).
Book Chapters
  • Laksanasopin, T., Guo, T.W. and Sia, S.K., 2015, “Integrating Diagnostic Tests and Connectivity to Enable Disease Diagnosis and Tracking in Remote Settings”, Global Point of Care Strategies for Disasters, Emergencies, and Public Health Resilience, Kost, G.J. (Eds.), AACC Press, Washington, DC, pp. 405-412.
  • Guo, T.W., Laksanasopin, T., Sridhara, A.A., Nayak, S. and Sia, S.K., 2015, “Mobile device for disease diagnosis and data tracking in resource-limited settings”, Mobile Health Technologies: Methods and Protocols, Rasooly, A. and Herold, K.E. (Eds.), Springer, New York, pp. 3-14.
  • T.W. Guo, T. Laksanasopin, A.A. Sridhara, S. Nayak, and S.K. Sia. Mobile device for disease diagnosis and data tracking in resource-limited settings, in Mobile Health Technologies (ed A. Rasooly and K.E. Herold), Springer, New York, 2015.
  • Chin S.Y., Laksanasopin T., Chin C.D., and Sia S.K., “Point-of-Care Microdevices for Global Health Diagnostics of Infectious Diseases” in Microfluidic Technologies for Human Health (ed Demirci U., Khademhosseini A., Langer R. and Blander J.), World Scientific, Singapore, 2012.
  • Addae-Mensah, K. A., Wang, Z., Parsa, H., Chin, S. Y., Laksanasopin, T. and Sia, S. K. Fundamentals of Microfluidics Devices, in Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology: Fundamental Concepts (ed C. S. Kumar), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, 2010.
  • Laksanasopin, T., Chin, C.D., Chin, S.Y., and Sia, S.K., Microchip-Based System in Point-of-Care Testing in Point-of-Care Testing: Needs, Opportunity, and Innovation, 3rd Edition (ed C.P. Price, A. St John, and L.J. Kricka), AACC Press, Washington, DC, 2010.
Conference Proceedings
  • Laksanasopin, T., Suwansri, P., Juntaramaha, P., Keminganithi, K., Achalakul, T., “Point-of-Care Device and Internet of Things Platform for Chronic Disease Management”, IBIOMED, Bali, Indonesia (2018).
  • Thanasuan, K., Ochi, Y., Laksanasopin, T., and Kaewkamnerdpong, B., “A Comparison of Two Methods of Measuring Attention: the Test of Variables of Attention (TOVA) and a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Device”, CMIC, Bangkok, Thailand (2017).
  • Ochi, Y., Laksanasopin, T., Thanasuan, K., and Kaewkamnerdpong, B., “Neurofeedback game for attention training in adults”, BMEiCON, Hokkaido, Japan (2017).
  • Ramdongbang, A., Kunhorm, P., Kuntanawat, P., Laksanasopin, T., Sirivisoot, S., 2016, “Increased Osteoblast Growth with Graphene Oxide in a Microwell-Based Biochip”, The Biomedical Engineering International Conference, 7 – 9 December, Laung Prabang, Laos.
  • Laksanasopin, T., Guo, T.W. and Sia, S.K., 2015, “Integrating Diagnostic Tests and Connectivity to Enable Disease Diagnosis and Tracking in Remote Settings”, Global Point of Care Strategies for Disasters, Emergencies, and Public Health Resilience, Kost, G.J. (Eds.), AACC Press, Washington, DC, pp. 405-412.
  • Guo, T.W., Laksanasopin, T., Sridhara, A.A., Nayak, S. and Sia, S.K., 2015, “Mobile device for disease diagnosis and data tracking in resource-limited settings”, Mobile Health Technologies: Methods and Protocols, Rasooly, A. and Herold, K.E. (Eds.), Springer, New York, pp. 3-14.
  • Laksanasopin, T., C.D. Chin, Y.K. Cheung, D. Steinmiller, V. Linder, E. Karita, J. van de Wijgert, R. Sahabo, J.E. Justman, W. El-Sadr, S.K. Sia, "Mobile Device for Disease Diagnosis and Data Tracking in Resource-Limited Settings", BMES Annual Meeting, Seattle, 2013.
  • Sia, S.K., and Laksanasopin, T., "Microfluidic Platform for Point-of-Care Testing in Resource-Limited Environments", Conf Proc IEEE NANOMED (2010).
  • Laksanasopin, T., Chin, C.D., Moore, H., Wang, J., Cheung, Y.K., and Sia, S.K., "Microfluidic point-of-care diagnostics for resource-poor environments", Proc. SPIE 7318, 73180E (2009).
  • Laksanasopin, T., Chin, C.D., Moore, H., Wang, J., Cheung, Y.K., and Sia, S.K., "Microfluidic point-of-care diagnostics for resource-poor environments", Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc (2009).
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