School of Health Sciences

Health Sciences PhD student wins prestigious Anglo-Thai Society Education Award


Suhathai Tosangwarn, a PhD student at the School of Health Sciences, has received a Highly Commended award for her doctoral research at the Anglo-Thai Society Education Awards 2017. The award was granted in the Medical Sciences category.

Suhathai's research is focused on depressive symptoms and stigma associated with living in a care home, among care home residents in Thailand. The award ceremony took place at the Oriental Club in London, where a keynote speech was delivered by the Minister of Education for Thailand, Dr Teerakiat Jareonsettasin. Suhathai received her award accompanied by one of her supervisors, Dr Holly Blake.

Well done Suhathai!

Posted on Tuesday 12th December 2017

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