หัวหน้าฝ่ายมนุษยโภชนาการ


ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์วันทนีย์ เกรียงสินยศ, Ph.D.,RD
E-mail : nuwwr@mahidol.ac.th
 

 


Professional Memberships :

  • 2003 Thai Dietetic Association
  • 2003-present American Dietetic Association
  • 2000-present Dietitian of Canada
  • 1994-present Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Asia (PENSA)
  • 1992-present Food Science and Technology association of Thailand
  • 1989-present The Nutrition Association of Thailand

Educational Qualifications :

  • 2003 Ph.D.(Nutritional Sciences)Department of Nutrition University of Toronto, Canada
  • 1997 Certificate of Graduation in Dietetic Internship Program St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Canada
  • 1991 Master of Science (Nutrition) Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand
  • 1985 Bachelor of Science (Nursing and Midwifery) with the first class of honors
  • Faculty of Medicine - Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand

Training :

  • 26-30 April, 2004 Regional Training Course on “13C Urea Breath Test: A non Invasive Method to Diagnose H Pylon Status in Population”, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • 11-12 Nov, 2003 Uncertainty of Measurement, Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University
  • 13-19 Oct, 2003 The 2nd South East Asian Nutrition Leadership Program (SEA-NLP) and a Training on “Low Impact Team Building”, Lido Lakes Hotel, Indonesia

Honors and Awards :

  • 2003 Finalist Young Investigator Award Competition.
    The American Society of Nutritional Sciences, San Diego, USA.
  • 2000-2002 RESTRACOMP, Research Training Institute
    The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
  • 2002 The Christine Gagnon Memorial Travel Award
    CSNS graduate student competition, Montreal, Canada
  • 1999-2001 Connaught Scholarship
    University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
  • 1999 Recipient of the Nestle Nutrition Fellowship Awards, Switzerland
  • 1997 1st place poster competition, Ontario Dietetic Research Day
    St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, Canada

Research Interest and Expertise :

  1. Metabolic study of healthy foods in chronic degenerative disease
  2. Amino acid metabolism and requirement
  3. Bioavailability of nutrients using stable isotope techniques
  4. Diet and behavior modification.for patients with diet-related chronic disease

Publications :

     A. National level

  1. Chavasit V, Chaturachumroenchai W, Kriengsinyos W. Formulation of imitation milk containing low lactose, high calcium and suitable fatty acid ratio. Mahidol J. 1999;6:49-54.
  2. Worawongtud W. Junk food and nutritive value. Journal of the Thai Dietetic Society. 1995;15(3-4):79-82.
  3. Chavasit V, Jittinandana S, Worawongtud W. Drinking water. Journal of Agro-Industry. 1995;6(3):31-7.
  4. Worawongtud W. Tonic drinks. Smart buyer Magazine. 1995;1(4):41-4.
  5. Chavasit V, Worawongtud W. Sugar and sugar substitute. Moh-Chao-Ban Magazine. 1994;16(181):81-4.
  6. Chavasit V, Worawongtud W. Bottled baby food. Moh-Chao-Ban Magazine. 1993;15(175): 76-8.
  7. Chavasit V, Worawongtud W. Characterization and utilization of chitosan produced from shrimp and crab processing shell wastes in Thailand. Thai Fisheries Gazette. 1992;45(6):1099-110.
  8. Chavasit V, Worawongtud W. Infant formula. Moh-Chao-Ban Magazine. 1992;14(162):76-8.

     B. International level

  1. Hsu JWC, Kriengsinyos W, Wykes LJ, Rafii M, Goonewardene LA, Ball RO, et al. Leucine is not a good choice as an indicator amino acid for determining amino acid requirements in men. Journal of Nutrition. 2006;136(4):958-64.
  2. Kriengsinyos W, Wykes LJ, Goonewardene LA, Ball RO, Pencharz PB. Phase of menstrual cycle affects lysine requirement in healthy women. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2004;287:E489-E496.
  3. Kriengsinyos W, Rafii M, Wykes LJ, Ball RO, Pencharz PB. Long-term effects of histidine depletion on whole-body protein metabolism in healthy adults. Journal of Nutrition. 2002;132(11):3340-8.
  4. Kriengsinyos W, Wykes LJ, Ball RO, Pencharz PB. Oral and intravenous tracer protocols of the indicator amino acid oxidation method provide the same estimate of the lysine requirement in healthy men. Journal of Nutrition. 2002;132(8):2251-7.
  5. Singhavanich C, Jittinandana S, Kriengsinyos W, Dhanamitta S. Improvement of dietary density by the use of germinated cereals and legumes. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 1999;20(2):261-6.

Research Experiences :

  1. Jan. 2003 - Present Effect of diets prepared by using sodium-reduced condiment on lowering blood pressure in hypertensive people
  2. Jan. 2000 - Jan. 2003 Lysine requirements in healthy adults using the indicator amino acid oxidation technique: Emphasis on gender (Supported by Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
  3. Jan. 1999 - Dec. 2000 Long-term effects of histidine depletion on whole-body protein metabolism in healthy adults (Supported by Cnadian Institutes of Health Research)
  4. Sept. 1995 - 1996 Development of low lactose, high calcium and proper fatty acid profile milk formula for elderly and people with degenerative diseases. (Supported by Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.)
  5. April 1995 - May 1996 A model evaluation study on an appropriate milk distribution plan for children in primary school. (Supported by the Thailand Research Fund)
  6. Sept. 1994 - Aug. 1996 The effect of sweet basil seed extract in the change of food intake and body weight of obesity. (Supported by Royal Thai Government and Food Science & Technology, Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University.)
  7. Jan. 1992 - Dec. 1993 Wening food : Improvement of dietary bulk density using germinated cereal and legume. (Supported by WHO)
  8. Oct. 1991 - Sep. 1992 Characterization and utilization of chitosan produced from shrimp and crab processing shell wastes in Thailand. (Supported by Mahidol University.)
  9. Jun. 1990 - Sep. 1991 Development of formulative tube feeding for patients with intact gastrointestinal function. (Supported by Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.)