Arporn (Koi) Wangwiwatsin | PhD Student

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Wangwiwatsin, Arporn (Koi)

Koi is interested in host-parasite interactions and biology of all sort of parasites. She is currently working on parasitic flatworms Schistosoma mansoni, aiming to functionally characterise molecular interactions between the parasites and their mammalian host. Her current work utilises high-throughput methods such as RNA sequencing and bioinformatics as well as molecular biology.


  • Genome watch. Adaptation: it's a bug's race.

    Wangwiwatsin A and Protasio AV

    Nature reviews. Microbiology 2015;13;7;401

  • Vitamin B₁₂-dependent taurine synthesis regulates growth and bone mass.

    Roman-Garcia P, Quiros-Gonzalez I, Mottram L, Lieben L, Sharan K et al.

    The Journal of clinical investigation 2014;124;7;2988-3002

Wangwiwatsin, Arporn (Koi)
Arporn's Timeline

Biology of Parasitism course, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole


Enrolled as a PhD student at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

BSc (Hons) Zoology, University of Bristol