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We focus on integrating computational and experimental methods to investigate and elucidate complex biological problems from the global and/or genome-wide scales, to individual biological molecules. 

We are particularly interested in utilising so-called Systems Biology approaches to study different aspects of Regulation of Gene ExpressionThat is, how the same genetic information is expressed differentially at different times and places, as well as in response to altered environmental conditions.



The group is currently working on three research areas: (1) Transcriptional and epigenetic regulation via interplay between transcription factors and nucleosomes; (2) Exploring gene repertoires and new enzymes from different environmental niches using metagenomics; (3) A system approach to molecular mechanisms of genetic diseases and cancers.

Please check out our Research and Publications pages for more details. 

We are based at Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science; and Integrative Computational BioScience (ICBS) center, Mahidol University, Thailand.


Recent Announcements

  • VC lab in the media: Asia's Rising Scientists We are honoured to be interviewed and featured in the column Asia’s Rising Scientists, appearing this week in the website Asian Scientist.   "Using a systems biology approach, our lab ...
    Posted 13 May 2018, 00:46 by Varodom Charoensawan
  • FAOBMB Young Scientist Award and TRF-OHEC-Scopus Young Researcher Award 2018 Dr Varodom Charoensawan will receive the FAOBMB Young Scientist Award, and will present his work at the 24th IUBMB-15th FAOBMB Congress, to take place in Seoul, Korea, 4-9th ...
    Posted 13 May 2018, 00:37 by Varodom Charoensawan
  • Thailand's Young Scientist Award We are wholeheartedly grateful to be selected as one of the four Young Scientist Awardees this year (organized by Foundation for the Promotion and Science and Technology under the Patronage ...
    Posted 21 Aug 2017, 00:50 by Varodom Charoensawan
  • Newton Advanced Fellowship 2017 to VC lab We are proud to be awarded the Newton Advanced Fellowship from Dec 2016 - Nov 2018. The Newton Advanced Fellowship is part of the Newton Fund, delivered through the Royal Society ...
    Posted 13 Jan 2017, 03:43 by Varodom Charoensawan
  • Our latest publication in the journal "Science" Our group is proud to have contributed to an exciting story of how phytochromes act as an important sensor for temperature changes in plants. The work was carried out in ...
    Posted 28 Oct 2016, 23:15 by Varodom Charoensawan
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