The College of Abhaibhubejhr Thai Traditional Medicine was established on 16th June 2005. Following the autonomy university reform, the name was changed to Faculty of Abhaibhubejhr Thai Traditional Medicine on 1st May 2008. The faculty was run in coorporation with Abhaibhubejhr Hospital, the famous in “Abhaibhubejhr herbal products” hospital in Thailand.
The Applied Thai Traditional Medicine Bachelor degree was started in the year 2006.
Bachelor of Applied Thai Traditional Medicine (B.TM.)
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1. Research Plan : Herbal and Thai Traditional Medicine in the East.
1.1 Folk Medicines and Herbal Used in Chantaburi Province.
1.2 Folk Medicines and Herbal Used in Rayong Province.
1.3 Folk Medicines and Herbal Used in Chonburi Province.
1.4 Folk Medicines and Herbal Used in Chachoengsao Province.
1.5 Folk Medicines and Herbal Used in Prachinburi Province.
2. Investigation of Anti-inflammatory agents from medicinal plants in East of Thailand.
3. Anti-microbial activity of Medicinal Plants Against Multi-drug Resistance Pathogenic Bacteria.
4. Effect of Plant Growth Regulators on Free Radical Scavenging Activities and Phenolic Content of Extracts from Selected Medicinal Plants Calli Cultured in Vitro.
5. Evaluation of hypotensive mechanisms and toxicity of Nelumbo nucifera leaf extract.
6. Antimicrobial effect of extract from Curcuma longa L. on Helicobacter pylori.
7. Strategies for the discovery of new anticancer compounds from seaweeds and/or seagrasses in the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand.
8. Application of herb and herb formula collected from Eastern part of Thailand for immune stimulant and controlling of pathogenic bacteria ineconomic aquaculture
9. Application of herb in Eastern part of Thailand for short-term chilled storage of African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) milt.
10. Application of herb in Eastern part of Thailand for long term cryopreservative of African Catfish.
11. Biodiversity of thraustochytrids from mangrove forest and its application as the food source of highly unsaturated fatty acids in aquaculture.
12. Investigation an isolation of marine fungi from mangroves for study of their potential in antibiotics and enzymes production.
13. Actinomycetes from Mangrove Capably Produce Antimicrobial bioactive Compounds.