Kamolchanok Claire Chewapreecha

Academic Position : Lecturer

Tel. : (+66)2-470-7532

Email : kamolchanok.che@kmutt.ac.th

Research Interests

The genetic basis of melioidosis infection


PhD in Microbial Genomics

Selected Publications

  1. Chewapreecha C, Mather AE, Harris SR, Hunt M, Holden MTG, Chaichana C, Wuthiekanun V, Dougan G, Day NPJ, Limmathurotsakul D, Parkhill J, Peacock SJ. Genetic variation associated with infection and the environment in the accidental pathogen Burkholderia pseudomallei. Communications Biology. 2019 Nov 22;2:428. doi: 10.1038/s42003-019-0678-x. eCollection 2019.
  2. RJ Mostowy, NJ Croucher, N De Maio, C Chewapreecha, SJ Salter, …,2017,”Pneumococcal Capsule Synthesis Locus cps as Evolutionary Hotspot with Potential to Generate Novel Serotypes by Recombination”Molecular biology and evolution 34 (10), 2537-2554
  3. Chewapreecha, C., Holden, M.T., Vehkala, M., Välimäki, N., Yang, Z., Harris, S.R., Mather, A.E., Tuanyok, A., De Smet, B., Le Hello, S. and Bizet, C., 2017. Global and regional dissemination and evolution of Burkholderia pseudomallei. Nature microbiology, 2, p.16263.
  4. Skwark, M.J., Croucher, N.J., Puranen, S., Chewapreecha, C., Pesonen, M., Xu, Y.Y., Turner, P., Harris, S.R., Beres, S.B., Musser, J.M. and Parkhill, J., 2017. Interacting networks of resistance, virulence and core machinery genes identified by genome-wide epistasis analysis. PLoS genetics, 13(2), p.e1006508.
  5. Numminen, E., Chewapreecha, C., Turner, C., Goldblatt, D., Nosten, F., Bentley, S.D., Turner, P. and Corander, J., 2016. Corrigendum: Climate induces seasonality in pneumococcal transmission. Scientific reports, 6, p.23307.
  6. Chewapreecha, C., Benard, A. and Reuter, S., 2016. Pathogen hide-and-‘seq’. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 14(5), pp.271-272.
  7. Chewapreecha, C., Harris, S.R., Croucher, N.J., Turner, C., Marttinen, P., Cheng, L., Pessia, A., Aanensen, D.M., Mather, A.E., Page, A.J. and Salter, S.J., 2014. Dense genomic sampling identifies highways of pneumococcal recombination. Nature genetics, 46(3), pp.305-309.
  8. Chewapreecha, C., Marttinen, P., Croucher, N.J., Salter, S.J., Harris, S.R., Mather, A.E., Hanage, W.P., Goldblatt, D., Nosten, F.H., Turner, C. and Turner, P., 2014. Comprehensive identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms associated with beta-lactam resistance within pneumococcal mosaic genes. PLoS genetics, 10(8), p.e1004547.
  9. Croucher, N.J., Chewapreecha, C., Hanage, W.P., Harris, S.R., McGee, L., van der Linden, M., Song, J.H., Ko, K.S., de Lencastre, H., Turner, C. and Yang, F., 2014. Evidence for soft selective sweeps in the evolution of pneumococcal multidrug resistance and vaccine escape. Genome biology and evolution, 6(7), pp.1589-1602.
  10. Chewapreecha, C., 2014. Your gut microbiota are what you eat. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 12(1), pp.8-9.
  11. Hilty, M., Wüthrich, D., Salter, S.J., Engel, H., Campbell, S., Sá-Leão, R., de Lencastre, H., Hermans, P., Sadowy, E., Turner, P. and Chewapreecha, C., 2014. Global phylogenomic analysis of nonencapsulated Streptococcus pneumoniae reveals a deep-branching classic lineage that is distinct from multiple sporadic lineages. Genome biology and evolution, 6(12), pp.3281-3294.