Dr. Chainarong Sakulthaew

Academic staff

Name Last name: Dr. Chainarong Sakulthaew

Academic title: Faculty

2000     B.Sc. (Chemistry), Naresuan University, Thailand
2003     M.Sc. (Chemistry),Kasetsart University, Thailand

2013     Ph.D.,(Natural Resource Science), University of Nebraska-Lincoln,(United States of America)

Field of Research: Remediation Technology, Environmental

Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Contaminants in foods
Office: Room 302, 3rd floor, Veterinary Technology Building

Phone:(+66)2-579-8574-5 Ext. 8309

Fax:     (+66)2-579-8571

Email:  cvtcns@ku.ac.th, tiger2521@hotmail.com




        - Fate and transport of organic chemicals in soil
        - Remediation of contaminated soil and water

   Research topics

        Laboratory and filed-scale treatment of organic compounds contaminated groundwater and soil at a contaminated site

   Research grant

     2014    Treatment of chromium (VI) from contaminated water by chemical and biological approaches, Kasetsart University, Thailand (Project leader).

     2014    Oxidation of 17ß-Estradiol in water by slow-release permanganate candles. NSTDA, Thailand (Project leader).

     2006    Studies on antimicrobial drugs in fresh water prawn ((Macrobrachium Rosen Sergii), Kasetsart University, Thailand (Researcher).

Absorption and disposition of amoxycillin trihydrate (PARACILLIN® SP) in Broilers. Intervet Co., Thailand (Project leader).


18) Sakulthaew C., Chokejaroenrat C., Poapolathep A.,  Satapanajaru T., Poapolathep S. 2017. Hexavalent chromium adsorption from aqueous solution using carbon nano-onions. Chemosphere. 184, 1168-1174. (Impact Factor 4.21).

17) Poapolathep, A., Giorgi, M., Toutain,P. L., Poapolathep, S., Imsilp, K. Sakulthaew, C. Wannapat, Klangkaew, N. 2017.     Sulfadimethoxine in Giant Freshwater Prawns (Macrobrachium Rosenbergii): An Attempt to Estimate the Withdrawal Time by a Population Pharmacokinetic Approach. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 40, 476-485. doi:10.1111/jvp.12381. (Impact Factor 1.20).

16) Satapanajaru, T., Chokejaroenrat, C. Sakulthaew, C., Yoo-iam, M. 2017. Remediation and Restoration of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Containing Alcohol-Contaminated Soil by Persulfate Oxidation Activated with Soil Minerals. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 228 (9). doi:10.1007/s11270-017-3527-x. (Impact Factor 1.71).

15) Ruennarong, N., Wongpanit, K., Sakulthaew, C., Giorgi, M. Klangkaew, N., Poapolathep, A., Poapolathep, S. 2017. Pharmacokinetics of Amoxicillin Trihydrate in Thai Swamp Buffaloes (Bubalus Bubalis): A Pilot Study." Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 40 (2): 200-202. doi:10.1111/jvp.12337. (Impact Factor 1.20)

14) Sutjarit S., Khamphaeng N., Rakyong J., Thabthimsri C., Sakulthaew C., Kaewmongkol S. 2016. Comparison of aflatoxin levels in contaminated roasted peanuts with different time and packaging. Thai Journal of Toxicology. 31, 125-132. (TCI 1).

13) Sakulthaew C.,  Chokejaroenrat C. 2016.  Oxidation of 17ß-Estradiol in water by slow-release permanganate candles. Environmental Engineering Science. 33: 224-234 (Impact Factor 1.59).

12) Ruennarong N, Wongpanit K, Sakulthaew C, Giorgi M, Kumagai S, Poapolathep A,  Poapolathep S. 2016. Dispositions of enrofloxacin and its major metabolite ciprofloxacin in Thai swamp buffaloes. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science. 78: 397-403 (Impact Factor 0.78).

11) Sakulthaew C, S.D. Comfort, C. Chokejaroenrat, C. Harris, X. Li. 2015. Removing PAHs from urban runoff water by combining ozonation and carbon nano-onions. Chemosphere.  141: 265-273 (Impact Factor 3.50).

10) Chokejaroenrat C., Sakulthaew C., Satapanajaru T., Tikhamram T., Pho-Ong A.,  Mulseesuk T. 2015. Treating methyl orange in a two-dimensional flow tank by in situ chemical oxidation using slow-release persulfate activated with zero-valent iron. Environmental Engineering Science. 32: 1007-1015 (Impact Factor 0.99).

9) Sakulthaew C., Comfort S.D., Chokejaroenrat C., Li X., Harris C. 2014. A combined chemical and biological approach to transforming and mineralizing PAHs in runoff water. Chemosphere. 117:1-9 (Impact Factor 3.50).

8) Chokejaroenrat C., Comfort S.D., Sakulthaew C., Dvorak B. 2014 Improving the treatment of non-aqueous phase TCE in low permeability zones with permanganate. Journal of Hazardous Materials 268: 177-184 (Impact Factor 4.68)

7) Chokejaroenrat C., Kananizadeh N., Sakulthaew C., Comfort S.D.,  Li Y. 2013. Improving the sweeping efficiency of permanganate into low permeable zones to treat dissolved-phase TCE. Environmental Science and Technology 47:13031-13038 (Impact Factor 5.33).

6) Rauscher L., Sakulthaew C., Comfort S.D. 2012. Using slow-release permanganate candles to remediate PAH-contaminated water. Journal of Hazardous Materials 241-242: 441-449 (Impact Factor 4.68).

5) Kambhu A., Comfort S.D, Chokejaroenrat C., Sakultahew C. 2012.  Developing slow-release persulfate candles to treat BTEX contaminated groundwater. Chemosphere 89:656–664 (Impact Factor 3.50).

4) Chokejaroenrat C., Comfort S.D, Harris C., Snow D., Cassada D., Sakulthaew C.,   Satapanajaru T. 2011.  Transformation of Hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine (RDX) by permanganate. Environmental Science and Technology 45:3643-3649 (Impact Factor 5.33).

3) Schiel J.E., Tong Z.,  Sakulthaew C.,   Hage D.S. 2011. Development of a flow- based ultrafast immunoextraction and reverse displacement immunoassay: analysis of free drug fractions. Analytical Chemistry 83: 9384–9390 (Impact Factor 5.64).

2) Poapolathep A., Jermnak U.,  Chareonsan A., Sakulthaew C.,  Klangkaew N.,  Sukasem T.,  Kumagai S. 2008. Dispositions and residue depletion of enrofloxacin and its metabolite ciprofloxacin in muscle tissue of giant freshwater prawns (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 32: 229-234 (Impact Factor 1.19).

1) Sakulthaew C., Jansawan W., Chai-Anan P., Mangkit B., Khaithong S., Abking N.,  Poapolathep A., Phaochoosak N., Klangkaew N.,  M. Limpoka. 2005.  Absorption and disposition of amoxycillin trihydrate (PARACILLIN® SP) in Broliers. The Proceeding of 43th Kasetsart University Annual Conference, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Honors, Awards and Service

2015-present    Head of Department of Veterinary Technology, Kasetsart University, Thailand
      2012-2013       Graduate Research Assistantship, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE, USA

      2010                An honorable award for international publication, Kasetsart University, Thailandd

      2009-2010       Vice President of Thai Student Association at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE, USA

      2008-2009       Vice President of Thai Student Association at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE, USA

      2008-2013       Full scholarship to pursue Ph.D. in USA from Thai Government (Ministry of Science and Technology), Thailand

      2003               A good Thesis, Graduate School, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand


Professional Membershipss

      2012 -present    American Water Works Association, USA

      2012 -present    Water Environment Federation, USA


Professional Experiences

      2003- Present    Lecturer at Department of Veterinary Technology, Department of
                             Veterinary Technology, Faculty of Veterinary Technology, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand

      2003                Chemist at Medicinal Plant Research Institute, Department of Medical Science,
                             Ministry of Public Health, Nonthaburi, Thailand

Professional Trainings

      2014                ASEAN Workshop on X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (AWX2014), Thailand

      2010                Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (40 hrs), Lincoln, NE, USA

      2009                Basic Radiation Safety, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, USA


Intelligence Properties    None

Patents    None