Asst.Prof.Dr. Wanalee Klomjai

Position : Instructor

Tel : 024415450 #21006

E-Mail : wanalee.klo@mahidol.ac.th

Curriculum vitae

Education

2015 Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. (Neuroscience) Univ of Pierre & Marie Curie (Paris 6), France
2011 Master Degree M.Sc. (Re-education and Medical Engineering) Univ of Pierre & Marie Curie (Paris 6), France
2008 Bachelor Degree B.Sc. (Physical Therapy) Mahidol University, Thailand

Research

Publication

2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
2015
2014

Proceeding

2020
Jitkaew P, Aneksan B,Hiengkaew V and Klomjai W. The Effects of Dual-Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Combined with Conventional Physical Therapy on Upper and Lower Limb Motor Performances in Acute Stroke. Proceeding of The International Physical Therapy Research Symposium 2020. 4 June 2020.
Prathum T, Aneksan B, Klomjai W, Hiengkaew V, Vachalathiti R and Piriyaprasarth P. Effects of Home-Based Dual-transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Motor Functions in Individuals with Chronic Stroke. Proceeding of The International Physical Therapy Research Symposium 2020. 4 June 2020.
Sawatdipan M, Klomjai W, Tretriluxana J, Bovonsunthonchai S, Vachalathiti R and Aneksan B. The Effect of Five Sessions of Dual-Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Gait Performance in Sub-acute Stroke.Proceeding of The International Physical Therapy Research Symposium 2020. 4 June 2020.

Review article

2021
2015
Klomjai W, Katz R, Lackmy-Vallée A.. Basic principles of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and repetitive TMS (rTMS). Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. 2015; 58(4): 208–13.
2014

Subject : 2021-08-01 to 2022-07-31

Bachelor of Science (Physical Therapy)

PTPT 114 Transfer Techniques and Ambulation

PTPT 222 Neuroanatomy

PTPT 223 Physiology

PTPT 311 Physical Therapy in Neurological System 1

Master of Science (Physical Therapy)

PTPT 663 Contemporary Topics in Physical Therapy

PTPT 667 Advanced motor control and motor learning

Research Interesting

Spinal circuits in humans using non-invasive technique of electrophysiology (H-reflex) Research Interests
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)