I earned my bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from KKU in the year of 2014. Afterwards, I worked for 3 years in government outpatient and inpatient settings, private outpatient clinics and home care. I joined the Rehabilitation Department at KKU as a faculty member in the beginning of 2017. In the fall of 2018 I earned my master's degree in Neuromuscular Rehabilitation from the University of Pittsburgh. Currently I'm working on my PhD in Neuropediatrics.
My research interests are: Neuroplasticity, motor learning, effects of experience on learning and development in children, play-based therapy and early intervention.
I'm also a dedicated mother to an energetic 16 months old toddler. As a family we enjoy traveling, snorkeling, swimming and hiking.