About us

History

    On August 28, 2015, the PSU Cadaveric Surgical Training Center was jointly established with the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Medicine, PSU.
    On June 14, 2016, Professor Dr. Boonsin Tangtrakulwanich, M.D., President of the center, from the Department of Orthopedics, Faculty of Medicine, and the Vice President of the center, Associate Professor Dr. Uraporn Vongvatcharanon from Anatomy Curriculum in the Division of Health and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Science, PSU honorably presided the official opening ceremony of the PSU cadaveric surgical training center.
    The center supports academic teaching and research objectives of clinical studies for residents, specialists, and dentists in various fields from Thailand and other countries. Such cadaveric training benefits studies and practices in orthopedics, surgery, neurological surgery, female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, gynecologic oncology and advanced surgery, otolaryngology head and neck surgery, and oral and maxillofacial surgery. A cadaver is required for hands-on practice; therefore, this kind of training is also known as a “cadaveric workshop”.

Mission

    The PSU Cadaveric Surgical Training Center is dedicated to developing skills and performing procedures for residents, specialists, and dentists to become confident with new tools before operations on real patients to reduce multiple risks and to increase operating efficiencies. We conduct research and provide academic service according to international standard.

Vision

To be one of Southeast Asia’s top centers for cadaveric surgical training.

Personnel

Prof. Dr. Boonsin Tangtrakulwanich, M.D.

The President of Center

(Boonsin.b@psu.ac.th)

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Uraporn Vongvatcharanon

The Vice President of Center

(Uraporn.v@psu.ac.th)

Dr. Amornrat Chookliang

Research Lecturer

(Amornrat.chu@psu.ac.th)

Tamonpannaraor Khunsri

Higher Educational Officer

(Tikumporn.k@psu.ac.th)

Natruja Songmuangnoo

Higher Educational Officer

(Natruja.j@psu.ac.th)