Win is from Thialand, where he attended medical school at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. After recieving his medical degree, he became a Faculty of Medicine at this university. Win is one of five 2017 Scholars of the Prince Mahidol Award Youth Program which provided him with the opportunity to travel abroad for research study as a Visiting Scholar of the Center for Critical Care Nephrology. His research interests include AKI renal recovery as well as biomarkers.
1. Kulvichit W, Chotikkakamthorn K, Voratarapong K, Chongcharoenyanon T, Lertussavavivat T, Wangsaturaka D, et al. Development of the web-based formative test: the assessment of students, by students, for students. AMEE 2014. Milan, Italy: AMEE Abstract Book; 2014. p. 209.
2. Lertussavavivat T, Kulvichit W, Pongpitakmetha T, Siriwong N. Student Engagement in Curriculum Planning: the Mixed Methods Evaluation. the Ottawa 2016 & ANZAHPE 2016 Conference. Perth, Australia: Ottawa Conference Abstracts; 2016 Mar 19.
3. Voratarapong K, Verapornpongkul W, Potongcamphan M, Lertussavavivat T, Kulvichit W, Chongcharoenyanon T, et al. Does multimedia learning theory apply to medical students? AMEE 2014. Milan, Italy: AMEE Abstract Book; 2014. p. 194.
4. Lertussavavivat T, Chongcharoenyanon T, Voratarapong K, Kulvichit W, Lertkhachonsuk R, Wangsaturaka D, et al. The impact of iPads on the pre-clinical students’ lifestyle. AMEE 2014. Milan, Italy: AMEE Abstract Book; 2014. p. 663.
5. Chongcharoenyanon T, Kulvichit W, Lertussavavivat T, Voratarapong K, Wangsaturaka D, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University. Learning in the 21st century: Identifying the gap between the expectation and the reality. AMEE 2014. Milan, Italy: AMEE Abstract Book; 2014. p. 737.