CGI Theses

Theses by Chulabhorn Graduate Institute students.
This is a list of theses completed by CGI students are available at CGI Learning Center. The list of all theses with bibliographic information with abstracts can be searched from the library book catalog.

Applied Biological Sciences (ABS) Click to view list
The research program of the Applied Biological Sciences curriculum aims at the application of knowledge in biological sciences to different aspects of environmental health such as identifying biomarkers that indicate exposure to toxic substances or indicate the origin of diseases, identifying ways to reduce the environmental pollutants, and understanding the mechanism of diseases. The results of this research work will be applied to develop means to prevent diseases caused by substances in the environment.

Chemical Sciences (CS) Click to view list
Program at Chulabhorn Graduate Institute (CGI) encompasses the field of Organic Chemistry (OC) and the emerging field of Chemical Biology (CB).
Organic Chemistry (OC) has been a driving force for the discovery of new biologically active compounds which could lead to the development of medicines. The field has had immense roles in the existence of many important drugs in the market today when integrated with medicinal chemistry.
Chemical Biology Chemical Biology employs organic chemistry as the utmost important tool in understanding biology of diseases and disease states with more depth and breadth in order to understand the causes and development of these diseases from the viewpoint of organic chemistry. A disease well-understood will more likely lead to cure.

Environmental Toxicology (ET) Click to view list
Environmental toxicology is an area of growing interest and concern both to the scientific community and to the general public, since chemicals and pollutants together with other environmental factors are now recognized as major determinants of human health status. These chemicals, apart from their inherent toxicity, may modulate toxicity of other substances by interfering with various physiological systems.