Rakkamon, Warin

Warin Rakkamon

PhD Research Student
I graduated with a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the university in Thailand.

I am a lecturer and a registered community physiotherapist at the Faculty of Physical Therapy, Mahidol University, Thailand. I have experiences to lecture in an undergraduate degree on various subjects such as Physical Therapy in the Community, Basic Knowledge and Skills for Physical Therapy, Human Anatomy and Neuroanatomy, Clinical Practices of Physical Therapy in the Community. Besides, I am a committee of the Community Physical Therapy Short Training Course, Faculty of Physical Therapy, Mahidol University, Thailand. I have continuously researched on physical activity and functional performance in older adults.

At present, I am a PhD Student (full time) under the supervision of Professor Dawn Skelton (a director of the study), Dr Philippa Dall, and Dr Nicola Roberts at Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom. I have granted a full PhD Scholarships from the Royal Thai Government. My current research area focuses on the Functional Fitness MOT (FFMOT) for the community-dwelling older adults in Thailand.