– Phakha Whanpuch –Faculty of Social Science and Humanities Mahidol University
My research interest in antimicrobial resistance is to better understand the role of antimicrobials in daily life in Thai society in diverse contexts and with different actors, including health care providers, farmers, day wage urban workers, scientists and policy-makers. As project manager of the AMIS programme in Thailand she will conduct ethnographic fieldwork in Nakhon Pathom, with a specific focus on the anthropology of pharmaceuticals and antibiotic use in agriculture.Share
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