(ภาษาอังกฤษ) Mr. Suchart Upatham

(ภาษาอังกฤษ) Mr. Suchart Upatham

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1. ชื่อ - สกุล (ภาษาไทย) นายสุชาติ อุปถัมถ์

(ภาษาอังกฤษ) Mr. Suchart Upatham

2. BORN :Bangkok, Thailand ; 22 May 1941.

3. MARITAL STATUS :Married; 2 children, one male and one female.

4. EDUCATION :

1961-1965 / B.S. (Biology), Iona College, New Rochelle, New York, New York, U.S.A.
1965-1966 / M.S. (Biology), Fordham University, New York, New York, U.S.A.
1966-1968 / M.S. (Epidemiologic Science), School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.
1968-1970 / Ph.D.(Natural Resources), School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS :

- Iona College Alumni Scholarship, 1961-1965.

- National Institute of Health Training Grant, 1966-1967.

- Microbiology Trainee, 1967-1968.

- The Rockefeller Foundation Scholarship, 1969-1970.

6. HONORS :

- B Beta Beta Beta (national honor society in biology).

- Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1964-1965.

- Sigma XI (national professional society in science).

- Who’s Who in the West Indies, Bahama and Burmuda, 5th Edition 1972.

- Who’s Who in the World, 6th Edition 1982.

- The International Book of Honor, First World Edition 1985.

- The International Biographical Roll of Honor, Roll No. 428

- Dictionary of International Biography, Volume Nineteen 1986.

- Community Leaders of the World, the First Commemorative Issue 1986.

- The Asia 500 (Barons Who's Who, 1999).

7. PRESENT POSITION :

April 2002 - President, Burapha University

October 2001 - Emeritus Professor, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science,

Mahidol University

8. PROFESSIONAL CAREER :

- The Rockefeller Foundation’s Research and Control Department in Schistosomiasis at Castries, St. Lucia, West Indies, Field Staff, 1968-1969, 1970-1975.

- World Health Organization Research Project on the Epidemiology and Methodology of Schistosomiasis Control in Man-Made Lakes at Accra, Ghana, West Africa, Temporary Adviser, August 1972.

- Mahidol University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 1975-present
- World Health Organization-Assisted Schistosomiasis Control Project in Somalia,East Africa, WHO Adviser, 1976-1977.

- Mahidol University, Center for Applied Malacology and Entomology, Director,1978-present.
- Somalia, Schistosomiasis Control Project, WHO Consultant, November 1978- January 1979.
- Somalia, Schistosomiasis Control Project, WHO Consultant, June-July 1979.
- Mahidol University, Faculty of Science, Associate Dean, 1980-1983, 1984-1987.
- Philippines, Institute of Public Health, University of the Philippines System, WHO Consultant, January 1982.

- Department of Epidemiology, Shanghai First Medical College, Rockefeller Foundation Consultant, May 1982.

- Somalia, Schistosomiasis Control Project, WHO Consultant, July-August 1982.
- Somalia, Schistosomiasis Control Project, WHO Consultant, July-September 1987.
- World Health Organization, Co-opted Member of Steering Committee of Scientific Working Group on Schistosomiasis, 1988.

- Mahidol University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Chairman, 3 February 1992-2 February 1996.

- Burapha University, Faculty of Science, Dean, July 1998-March 2002.
- Mahidol University, Emeritus Professor, October 2001.
- Burapha University, President, April 2002.
- National Science and Technology Development Agency, Board member, 2002.
- National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Chairman of the Board, 2002.
- National Research Council, member, Division of Medical Science, 2002.

9. LABORATORIES AND SCHISTOSOMIASIS ENDEMIC AREAS VISITED :

- West Indies : St. Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico.

- South America : Venezuela, Brazil, Surinam.

- Africa : Ghana, Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe.

- Asia : Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, China.

10. EDITORIAL BOARDS :

-Editorial Board, Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1980-present.

- Editorial Associate, Malacological Review, 1980-1983.

- Board of Reviewers, Malacological Review, 1985-present.

- Editorial Board, Journal of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine Association of Thailand, 1980-1996.

- Editorial Board, Journal of the Science Society of Thailand, 1988-1998.

- Board of Reviewers, Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 1989-present.

- Editorial Board, Molluscan Research, 1994-2001.

- Editorial Board, The Korean Journal of Malacology, 1998-present.

- Editorial Board, Science Asia, 1999-present.

- Associate Editor, International Journal of Phytoremediation, 1999-present.

- Editorial Board, The Yellow Sea, 2000-present.

11. PAST GRANTS :

- National Research Council of Thailand, 1975-1976 : Principal investigator : Study on the population dynamics of snails Bithynia siamensis siamensis, Indoplanorbis exustus and Radix rubiginosa.

- The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, sub-contracted from the University of Akron, 1977-1979 : Study on the effects of controlled release molluscicides on schistosome larval stages.

- Mahidol University, 1980-1981: Principal investigator : Effects of heavy metals on the food chain in Pasee Charoen Canal, Bangkok, Thailand.

- Mahidol University, 1982-1983 : Principal investigator : Effects of heavy metals on aquatic invertebrates.

- The Rockefeller Foundation, 1980-1983 : Principal investigator : Multidisciplinary research program on opisthorchiasis ($90,000.00).

- World Health Organization, 1981-1983 : Co-investigator : Changes in structural and Biochemical compositions of tegument and glycocalyx of Schistosoma Japonicum and Schistosoma mekongi during development ($44,530.00).

- World Health Organization, 1980-1984 : Director ; Center for Applied Malacology ($223,800.00).

- World Health Organization, 1982-1984 : Director ; Medical Entomology, M.Sc. program ($146,000.00).

- The Rockefeller Foundation, 1983-1986 : Principal investigator : Quantitative studies of infection and morbidity of helminth parasites in villages in Thailand ($100,000.00).

- National Academy of Sciences, BOSTID, U.S.A., 1983-1986 : Principal investigator : Bionomics of Anopheles maculatus and its role in malaria transmission ($127,600.00).

- National Environment Board of Thailand, 1984 : Principal investigator : Accumulation and distribution of detergent in sediment and water in the lower part of the Chao Phraya River.

- World Health Organization, 1984-1986 : Co-investigator : Structural, biochemical and immunochemical studies of the tegument of Schistosoma japonicum and Schistosoma mekongi ($76,992.00).

- Office of the Science Advisor Program in Science and Technology, USAID, April 1984-April 1987: Principal investigator : Biological control of schistosomiasis-transmitting snails in Southeast Asia ($150,000.00).

- World Health Organization, 1986-1988 : Supervisor : Relationship between larval habitat characteristics and malaria vectorial capacity of Anopheles dirus in Thailand ($15,000.00).

- World Health Organization, 1986-1988 : Supervisor : Effects of sub-lethal concentrations of a molluscicide on the snail Oncomelania hupensis quadrasi and the larval stages of its trematode parasite Schistosoma japonicum ($12,000.00).

- National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Ministry of Science,Technology and Energy, August 1986-July 1989 : Principal investigator : Strain selection and cultivation of economically important terrestrial snails (Baht 757,500.00).

- Office of the Science Advisor Program in Science and Technology, USAID, August 1986- July 1989 : Co-investigator : Identification of surface antigens and production of monoclonal antibodies in Schistosoma japonicum (Chinese and Philippine strains) ($150,000.00).

- World Health Organizaton, 1988-1990 : Co-investigator : The organization and functional roles of cytoskeleton in the tegument of Schistosoma japonicum and S. mekongi and its response to praziquantel treatment ($42,200.00).

- World Health Organization, 1988-1990: Supervisor : Population dynamics of Aedes (Finlaya) niveus group and transmission dynamics of Wuchereria bancrofti in Tak province, Thailand ($15,000.00).

- Green Isan Project, 1989-1991 : Principal investigator (1989), Co-investigator (1990) : Prevention and control of Fasciola gigantica in water buffaloes and cattle (Baht 665,000.00).

- World Health Organization, 1992 : Co-investigator : Detection of urinary polysaccharide antigens for diagnosis of oriental schistosomiasis ($15,000.00).

- International Foundation for Science, 1992 : Supervisor : Transmission dynamics of Schistosoma spindale and its snail intermediate host, Indoplanorbis exustus (72,000.00 Swedish Crowns).

- National Science and Technology Development Agency, 1992-1995, Co-investigator : Development of an immunodiagnostic assay for circulating Fasciola gigantica antigens using monoclonal antibodies (Baht 6,135,700.00).

- National Science and Technology Development Agency, 1992-1995, Co-investigator : Selection of strains and improvement of reproduction of frogs through biotechnological methods (Baht 5,887,100.00).

- National Research Council of Thailand, 1995-1998 : Principal investigator:Development of anti-tumor agents from tropical forest (Baht 5,955,370.00).

- Thailand Research Fund, 1996-1998: Principal investigator : Improvement of culture of a tropical abalone, Haliotis asinina Linnaeus (Baht 5,694,644.00).

- National Science and Technology Development Agency, 1997-1998: Co-investigator : Characterization of antigens in Fasciola gigantica for development of vaccine and improved immunodiagnosis (Baht 4,599,457.00).

- National Research Council of Thailand, 1999-2001 : Principal investigator : Development of anti-tumor and anti-HIV agents from tropical forest (Baht 6,641,780.00).

- Thailand Research Fund, 1999-2001 : Co-investigator : Growth and development of a

- tropical abalone larvae, Haliotis asinina Linnaeus (Baht 1,804,404.00).

12. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES :

1. The American Society of Parasitologists,

2. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene,

3. The American Wildlife Disease Association,

4. The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene,

5. Parasitology and Tropical Medicine Association of Thailand,

6. The American Malacological Union,

7. The Science Society of Thailand,

8. The International Society for Medical and Applied Malacology,

9. Malacological Society of Australasia,

10. American Shellfisheries Association

13. PUBLICATION LIST :

1. Upatham, E.S. 1972. Rapidity and duration of hatching of St.Lucian Schistosoma mansoni eggs in outdoor habitats. Journal of Helminthology, 46 : 271-276.

2. Upatham, E.S. 1972. Interference by unsusceptible aquatic animals with the capacity of the miracidia of Schistosoma mansoni Sambon to infect Biomphalaria glabrata (Say) under field-simulated conditions in St. Lucia, (Say) West Indies. Journal of Helminthology, 46 : 277-283.

3. Upatham, E.S. 1972. Exposure of caged Biomphalaria glabrata (Say) to investigate dispersion of miracidia of Schistosoma mansoni Sambon in Outdoor habitats in St. Lucia, West Indies. Journal of Helminthology, 46 : 297-306.

4. Upatham, E.S. 1972. Effects of some physico-chemical factors on the infection of Biomphalaria glabrata (Say) by miracidia of Schistosoma mansoni Sambon in St. Lucia, West Indies. Journal of Helminthology, 46: 307-315.

5. Upatham, E.S. 1972. Effect of water depth on the infection of Biomphalaria glabrata by miracidia of St. Lucian Schistosoma mansoni under laboratory and field conditions. Journal of Helminthology, 46: 317-325.

6. Upatham, E.S. 1972. Studies on the hatching of Schistosoma mansoni eggs in standing-water and running-water habitats in St.Lucia, West Indies. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 3 : 600-604.

7. Sturrock, R.F. & Upatham, E.S. 1973. An investigation of the interactions of some factors influencing the infectivity of Schistosoma mansoni miracidia to Biomphalaria glabrata. International Journal for Parasitology, 3 : 35-41.

8. Upatham, E.S. 1973. Location of Biomphalaria glabrata (Say) by miracidia of Schistosoma mansoni Sambon in natural standing and running waters on the West Indian Island of St. Lucia. International Journal for Parasitology, 3 : 289-297.

9. Upatham, E.S. & Sturrock, R.F. 1973. Field investigations on the effect of other aquatic animals on the infection of Biomphalaria glabrata by Schistosoma mansoni miracidia. Journal of Parasitology, 59 : 448-453.

10. Upatham, E.S. 1973. The effect of water temperature on the penetration and development of St. Lucian Schistosoma mansoni miracidia in local Biomphalaria glabrata. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 4 : 367-370.

11. Upatham, E.S. & Sturrock, R.F. 1973. Studies on the effects of cercarial concentration and length of exposure on the infection of mice by Schistosoma mansoni. Parasitology, 67 : 219-228.

12. Upatham, E.S. 1973. Effect of a waterfall on the infectivity of St. Lucian Schistosoma mansoni cercariae. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 67 : 884-885.

13. Upatham, E.S. 1974. Studies on the effects of cercarial concentration and length of exposure on the infection of mice by St. Lucian Schistosoma mansoni cercariae in a natural running-water habitat. Parasitology, 68 : 155-159.

14. Upatham, E.S. 1974. Infectivity of Schistosoma mansoni cercariae in natural St. Lucian habitats. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 68 : 235-236.

15. Sturrock, R.F., Barnish, G. & Upatham, E.S. 1974. Snail findings from an experimental mollusciciding programme to control Schistosoma mansoni transmission on St. Lucia. International Journal for Parasitology, 4 : 231-240.

16. Upatham, E.S. 1974. Dispersion of St.Lucian Schistosoma mansoni cercariae in natural standing and running waters determined by cercaria counts and mouse exposure. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 68 : 343-352.

17. Upatham, E.S., Seeyave, J. & Engelhart, J. 1974. Effects of tributyl-tin-oxide (TBTO), tributyl-tinfluoride (TBTF), and tributyl-tin-chloride (TBTCl) on snails Biomphalaria glabrata and on bananas Musa sp. Controlled Release Pesticides Symposium, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, U.S.A., pp. 24.1-24.8.

18. Upatham, E.S. 1975. Field studies on slow release tributyltin-oxide (TBTO) pellets (BioMet SRM) against St. Lucian Biomphalaria glabrata. International Controlled Release Pesticides Symposium, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., pp. 189-195.

19. Christie, J.D. & Upatham, E.S. 1975. Effect of low copper concentrations on infection of Biomphalaria glabrata by Schistosoma mansoni. International Controlled Release Pesticides Symposium, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., pp.161-176.

20. Upatham, E.S. 1976. Field studies on the bionomics of the free-living stages of St. Lucian Schistosoma mansoni. International Journal for Parasitology, 6 : 239-245.

21. Upatham, E.S., Sturrock, R.F. & Cook, J.A. 1976. Studies on the hatchability of Schistosoma mansoni eggs from a naturally infected human community on St. Lucia, West Indies. Parasitology, 73 : 253-264.

22. Schneider, C.R., Temcharoen, P. Kitikoon, V. & Upatham, E.S. 1976. Pachydrobia bavayi and Mekong Schistosomiasis. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 70 : 169-170.

23. Upatham, E.S. & Sturrock, R.F. 1977. Preliminary trials against Biomphalaria glabrata of a new molluscicide formulation : gelatin granules containing bayluscide wettable powder. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 71 : 85-93.

24. Christie, J.D. & Upatham, E.S. 1977. Control of Schistosoma mansoni transmission by chemotherapy in St. Lucia. II. Biologic results. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 26 : 894-898.

25. Christie, J.D., Prentice, M., Upatham, E.S. & Barnish, G. 1978. Laboratory and field trails of a slow-release copper molluscicide in St. Lucia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 27 : 616-622.

26. Jordan, P., Bartholomew, R.K., Unrau, G.O., Upatham, E.S., Grist, E. & Christie, J.D. 1978. Further observations from St. Lucia on control of Schistosoma mansoni transmission by provision of domestic water supplies. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 56 : 965-973.

27. Kruatrachue, M., Upatham, E.S. Sahaphong, S. & Riengrojpitak, S. 1979. Scanning and transmission electronmicroscopy of Mekong Schistosoma eggs and adults. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 10 : 85-96.

28. Upatham, E.S., Sornmani, W., Thirachantra, S. & Sitaputra, P. 1980. Field studies on the bionomics of alpha and gamma races of Tricula aperta in the Mekong River at Khemmarat, Ubol Ratchathani Province, Thailand. Malacological Review, Supplement 2 : 239-261.

29. Upatham, E.S., Thirachantra, S. & Sornmani, S. 1980. Sensitivity of the alpha and gamma races of Tricula aperta to conventional and controlled release molluscicides. Malacological Review, Supplement 2 : 263-276.

30. Upatham, E.S. & Sukhapanth, N. 1980. Field studies on the bionomics of Bithynia siamensis siamensis and the transmission of Opisthorchis viverrini in Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand. Southeast Asian Journal of Parasitology and Public Health, 11: 355-358.

31. Koura, M., Upatham, E.S., Awad, A.H. & Ahmed, M.D. 1981. Prevalence of Schistosoma haematobium in Koryole and Merca Districts of the Somali Democratic Republic. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 75 : 53-61.

32. Upatham, E.S., Koura, M., Ahmed, M.D. & Awad, A.H. 1981. Studies on the transmission of Schistosoma haematobium and the bionomics of Bulinus (Ph.) abyssinicus in the Somali Democratic Republic. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 75 : 63-69.
33. Upatham, E.S. & Sukhapanth, N. 1981. Field studies on the bionomics of freshwater snails of medical importance in Bangna, Thailand. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 12 : 204-208.

34. Chitramvong, Y.P., Upatham, E.S. & Sukhapanth, N. 1981. Effects of some physico-chemical factors on the survival of Bithynia siamensis siamensis, Radix rubiginosa and Indoplanorbis exustus. Malacological Review, 14 : 43-48.

35. Kruatrachue, M., Ratanatham, S., Jantataeme, S. & Upatham, E.S. 1982. Effects of various types of food and mud preparations on survivorship and egg production of Bithynia siamensis siamensis (Prosobranchia : Bithyniidae). Malacological Review, 15 : 59-62.

36. Kruatrachue, M., Jantataeme, S., Ratanatham, S., Vichasri, S. & Upatham, E.S. 1982. A culture method for Bithynia (Prosobranchia : Bithyniidae), snail hosts for the trematode Opisthorchis viverrini. Malacological Review, 15 : 63-67.

37. Vichasri, S., Viyanant, V. & Upatham, E.S. 1982. Opisthorchis viverrini: intensity and rates of infection in cyprinoid fish from an endemic focus in Northeast Thailand. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medcine and Public Health, 13 : 138-141.

38. Kruatrachue, M., Jantataeme, S., Viyanant, V. & Upatham, E.S. 1982. Comparative methods of infecting mice with Schistosoma mekongi. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 13 : 77-80.

39. Vongpayabal, P., Sobhon, P., Upatham, E.S., Wanichanon, C., Mitranond, V., Tanphaichitr, N. & Tumbel, V.E.C. 1982. Scanning electron microscopic study of the tegumental surface of adult Schistosoma mekongi. Parasitology, 85 : 325-332.

40. Upatham, E.S., Viyanant, V., Kurathong, S., Brockelman, W.Y., Menaruchi, A., Saowakontha, S., Intarakhao, C., Vajrasthira, S. & Warren, K.S. 1982. Morbidity in relation to intensity of infection in Opisthorchis viverrini: study of a community in Khon Kaen, Thailand. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 31 : 1156-1163.

41. Kruatrachue, M., Riengrojpitak, S., Sahaphong, S. & Upatham, E.S. 1982. Scanning electron microscope of adult Schistosoma incognitum. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 13 : 163-173.

42. Upatham, E.S. & Sa-Nguankul, P. 1982. Controlled release ECOPROtm 1707 as mosquito larvicides and molluscicides. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 13 : 231-237.

43. Kruatrachue, M., Chitramvong, Y.P., Upatham, E.S., Vichasri, S. & Viyanant, V. 1982. Effect of physico-chemical factors on the infection of hamsters by metacercariae of Opisthorchis viverrini. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 13 : 614-617.

44. Jantataeme, S., Upatham, E.S. & Kruatrachue, M. 1983. Effects of food on growth, fecundity and survival of Indoplanorbis exustus (Pulmonata : Planorbidae). Malacological Review, 16 : 59-62.

45. Upatham, E.S., Santasiri, S., Kitikoon, V., Lohachit, C. & Burch, J.B. 1983. Identification key for the fresh-and brackish-water snails of Thailand. Malacological Review, 16 : 107-132.

46. Sirisinha, S., Tuti, S., Tawatsin, A., Vichasri, S., Upatham, E.S. & Bunnag, D. 1983. Attempts to induce protective immunity in hamsters against infection by a liver fluke of man (Opisthorchis viverrini). Parasitology, 86 : 127-136.

47. Viyanant, V., Brockelman, W.Y., Lee, P., Ardsungnoen, S. & Upatham, E.S. 1983. A comparison of a modified Quick-Kato technique and the Stoll dilution method for field examination of Opisthorchis viverrini eggs. Journal of Helminthology, 57 : 191-195.

48. Kruatrachue, M., Riengrojpitak, S., Upatham, E.S. & Sahaphong, S. 1983. Scanning electron microscopy of the tegumental surface of adult Schistosoma spindale. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 14 : 281-289.

49. Hutadilok, N., Ruenwongsa, P., Thamavit, W. & Upatham, E.S. 1983. Liver collagen in Opisthorchis viverrini infected hamsters following praziquantel treatment. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 14 : 290-293.

50. Hutadilok, N., Ruenwongsa, P. & Upatham, E.S. 1983. Increased liver prolyl hydroxylase activity in hamsters infected with the human liver fluke Opisthorchis viverrini. Experientia, 39 : 1004-1005.

51. Hutadilok, N., Thamavit, W., Upatham, E.S. & Ruenwongsa, P. 1983. Liver procollagen prolyl hydroxylase in Opisthorchis viverrini infected hamsters after praziquantel administration. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 9 : 289-295.

52. Viyanant, V., Upatham, E.S., Ardsungnoen, S. & Lee, P. 1983. Intensity of Opisthorchis viverrini infection and prevalence of intestinal parasites : study of a community in Thailand. Journal of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine Association of Thailand, 6 : 11-18.

53. Sobhon, P., Upatham, E.S., Koonchornboon, T., Saitongdee, P., Khunborivan, V., Yuan, H.C., Vongpayabal, P., Ow-Yang, C.K. & Greer, G.J. 1983. Microtopography of the surface of adult Schistosoma japonicum-like (Malaysian) as observed by scanning electron microscopy. The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 14 : 439-450.

54. Kruatrachue, M., Upatham, E.S. Sahaphong, S., Tongthong, T. & Khunborivan, V. 1983. Scanning electron microscopic study of the tegumental surface of adult Schistosoma sinensium. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 14 : 427-438.

55. Yuan, H.C., Upatham, E.S., Kruatrachue, M. & Khunborivan, V. 1984. Susceptibility of snail vectors to Oriental anthropophilic Schistosoma. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 15 : 86-94.

56. Kurathong, S., Brockelman, W.Y., Lerdverasirikul, P., Wongpaitoon, V., Kanjanapitak, A., Varavithya, W., Upatham, E.S. & Viyanant, V. 1984. Consistency of fecal egg output in patients with opisthorchiasis viverrini. American Journal of Tropical Medicinee and Hygiene, 33 : 73-75.

57. Baidikul, V., Upatham, E.S., Kruatrachue, M., Viyanant, V., Vichasri, S., Lee, P. & Chantanawat, R. 1984. Study on Schistosoma sinensium in Fang District, Chiangmai Province, Thailand. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 15 : 141-147.

58. Kruatrachue, M., Upatham, E.S. & Kunatham, L. 1984. Effects of cercarial concentration and length of exposure on the infection of mice by Schistosoma japonicum and Schistosoma mekongi cercariae. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 15 : 249-253.

59. Upatham, E.S., Kruatrachue, M. & Khunborivan, V. 1984. Effects of physico-chemical factors on the infection of mice with Schistosoma japonicum and Schistosoma mekongi cercariae. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 15 : 254-260.

60. Vichasri, S., Upatham, E.S. & Viyanant, S. 1984. Opisthorchis viverrini: egg excretion patterns in relation to worm burden in golden hamsters. Journal of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine Association of Thailand, 7 : 1-5.