RHD STUDENT: CSL DISCOVERY PROJECT
PROJECT: Development of novel bio-conjugation strategies for targeting polymeric nanomedicines for cancer imaging and diagnostics
Suchada is a pharmacist with a keen interest in biopharmaceutical R&D and manufacturing. She graduated with Doctor of Pharmacy (Hons) from Chulalongkorn University, where she majored in Pharmaceutical Science: Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy. For her undergraduate project, she formulated and developed nanoparticles for transmucosal delivery.
Suchada went on to do a Master of Biotechnology at the University of Queensland. Whilst at UQ, her final master’s project was glycoproteomic analysis of sparkling wine by LC/MS-MS within Ben Schulz group. She also obtained UQ winter and summer research scholarships at PACE and IMB, respectively. Throughout her studies, she has volunteered in hospitals, voluntary camps, and volunteering events at universities and would love to continue doing these. Suchada will pursue her PhD where she will focus on nanoparticle delivery systems for antibodies against intracellular targets.
Doctor of Pharmacy with honours, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Master of Biotechnology, University of Queensland