Name: Korapat Mayurasakorn

Qualification: M.D., FRCFPT

Country: Thailand

Affiliation:

Instructor, Departments of Health Research and Development,
Siriraj Medical Research Center (SiMR),
Mahidol University, Thailand.

Phone no: +6694 189 3266, +662 419 2834

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Instructor, Departments of Health Research and Development,
Siriraj Medical Research Center (SiMR),
Mahidol University, Thailand.

Research Interests:

  • Experienced in ex vivo studies, including measuring mitochondrial functions to understand their impacts upon stroke and cardiovascular diseases.
  • Performed therapeutic approaches to improve outcomes after acute ischemic stroke.
  • Clinical trials to study about the effect of egg consumption on blood lipoproteins in various populations in Thailand.
  • Study of children with protein malnutrition that are still prevalent in rural areas in Thailand. 
  • Study of enteral nutrition and effect on blood lipoprotein and protein levels in the elderly. 
  • Study of diabetes, hypertension and microvascular complications in primary care settings.

Biography:

Board Certification And Medical Licensure:

  • 2014 – Present Advance cardiac life support (ACLS), AHA
  • 2012 – Present ECFMG Certification
  • 2004 – Present Thai Board of Family Medicine
  • 2001 – Present Doctor of Medicine Diploma and Certificate of Licensure, Chulalongkorn University

Honors/Awards:

  • Oct 2016 Award winner for the best oral presentation, The 10th Thailand Congress of Nutrition (10th TCN 2016), BKK, Thailand
  • July 2013 Award winner for the best research abstract, the 2013 Annual Thai American Physician Foundation conference, St. Louis, MO
  • April 2013 Award winner for ASN Energy & Macronutrient RIS student-postdoc best research, Experimental Biology Conference 2013, Boston, MA.
  • October 2011 2nd place award for research presentation, the Annual 2011 Academic Retreat & 14th Annual Wu Lectureship, Columbia University, NY.
  • 2000 Certificate for excellent teaching in the University Academic Expo 2000, Faculty of Medicine, and Chulalongkorn University

Professinal Positions:

  • 2016 – Present Lecturer, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University
  • 2013 – Present Member, American Heart Association
  • 2010 – Present Member, Young Professionals Interest Group (YPIG), American Society of Nutrition
  • 2009 – Present Member, American Society of Nutrition
  • 2007 – Present Member, Nutrition Association of Thailand
  • 2004 – Present Member, Thai Association of Diabetes Educator
  • 2004 – Present Member, the Royal College of Family Physicians of Thailand
  • 2008 – 2010 Deputy Secretary, Thai Association of Diabetes Educator
  • 2004 – 2009 Principle Investigator, National Research Council of Thailand
  • 2004 – 2009 Samutsakhon General Hospital, Thailand (750 beds)
  • Family Physician, department of social medicine
  • Head, primary health care management
  • Head, diabetic camps
  • Vice-chairman, quality improvement team for diabetic patients
  • Member, quality executive team for primary care
  • Member, the committee of Hospital Accreditation(HA) and Health Promoting Hospital (HPH).

Publications:

1. Mayurasakorn K, Hansanah N, Homma T (2015, April). Caloric restriction ameliorates insulin resistance, yet increases cardiometabolic risk in caveolin-1-deficient mice. Poster Presentation presented at The Brigham Research Institute (BRI) Cardiovascular, Diabetes, and Metabolic Diseases (CVDM) Research conference, Boston, MA.

2. Mayurasakorn K, Sitphahul P, Hongto PO (2013, July). Continuous egg consumption added to regular diet increased high density lipoprotein in healthy young adults. Oral Presentation presented at: the 2013 Annual Thai-American Physician Foundation (TAPF), St. Louis, MO.

3. Mayurasakorn K, Williams JJ, Hylde Zirpoli H, Ten VS, Deckelbaum RJ. (2013, April). Tridocosahexaenoic but not tri-eicosapentaenoic acid-rich emulsions are neuroprotective after cerebral hypoxic-ischemic injury in mice. Poster presented at: the Experimental Biology; Boston, MA.

4. Mayurasakorn K, Sosunov S, Williams JJ, Ten VS, Deckelbaum RJ. (2011, May). Post-treatment with n-3 fatty acids (FA) protects neonatal and adult brains from ischemic injury. Poster presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies and Asian Society for Pediatric Research; Denver, CO. 5. Mayurasakorn K, Sosunov S, Williams JJ, Ten VS, Deckelbaum RJ. (2011, April). n-3 but not n-6 fatty acids prevent brain death after hypoxic ischemic injury. Poster presented at: the Experimental Biology; Washington DC., DC.

6. Mayurasakorn K. (2011, October). n-3 triglyceride emulsions and neuroprotection after stroke in animal models. Oral presentation presented at: the Annual 2011 Academic Retreat & 14th Annual Wu Lectureship, Columbia University; Manhattan, NY.

7. Mayurasakorn K. (2010, April). Dietary sterilized, egg-containing, low-carbohydrate-blenderized formula with usual diet increases HDL cholesterol in elderly people. Oral presentation presented at: the Experimental Biology, Anaheim Convention Center, USA

8. Mayurasakorn K. (2010, April). Supplement of three eggs per week is enough to correct primary school children with protein malnutrition in rural areas of Thailand. Oral presentation presented at: the Experimental Biology, Anaheim Convention Center, USA