Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University,
8:30 a.m. CET
2:30 p.m. ICT
3:30 p.m. CST
About the webinar
In the field of biocatalysis, 3D bioprinting represents a revolutionary technology with the potential to overcome the limitations of conventional approaches in biocatalysis. In this presentation, we showcase a study that focuses on crafting supportive materials customized to meet the specific requirements of biocatalytic reactions, while considering factors such as substrate diffusion and reaction optimization, to enhance the adaptability and efficiency of the technology
About the speaker
Dr. Yuwaporn Pinyakit is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Her primary focus lies in polymers for biomedical applications, food applications, and 3D bioprinting. With academic background in organic chemistry and polymer synthesis, she possesses a strong passion for developing innovative solutions at the intersection of physical science and healthcare.
During her doctoral research, Dr. Yuwaporn concentrated on the synthesis and modification of naturally-derived polymers, with a specific emphasis on their potential applications in the fields of biocatalysis and medical applications. She collaborates with a diverse team of scientists and dentists to create innovative solutions. In the biomedical sector, her interest focuses on creating biocompatible materials for drug delivery and hemostasis applications to enhance patient outcomes. In the field of 3D bioprinting, she is interested in designing supportive materials for enzymatic catalysis. Furthermore, in the food applications, she is currently exploring the utilization of biopolymers for functional foods and cultured meat.