Leelarungrayub, Jirakrit

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Position: Associate Professor
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รศ.ดร.กภ.จิรกฤต ลีลารุ่งระยับ

Associate Professor

Phone : 0-5394-9245
Email : donrawee.leela@cmu.ac.th


     Associate professor of Physical Therapy at the Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences, Chiang Mai University. He received his Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from the Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences, Khon Kaen University in 1999, Master and Doctor degrees (Biochemistry) from the Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University in 2006. His Master's thesis focused on the oxidative stress and antioxidant of chest physical therapy in pediatric patients from pneumonia and his Ph.D. was studied under supervision by Assoc. Prof. Janusz Gebicki at Macquarie University, NSW, Australia.

     Presently, he is specialized working on cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, functional food, nutrition, exercise sciences, and oxidative stress via inflammation and antioxidant condition in vitro and humans or patients. Published more than 40 international and 10 national articles and four reviewed chapters in the international textbooks. Nowadays, Jirakrit has a role in teaching and supervision the postgraduate research students in Master programs of Physical Therapy, Exercise and Movement Sciences, and Sport Sciences. In addition, presently research area on Therapeutic Thai massage with special techniques as Tok Seno on muscle pain or stiffness among people with official syndrome related to oxidative stress will be focused on in the future. 


  • Kaju, J., Leelarungrayub, J., Natakankitkul, S. & Laskin, J. J. (2023). Sweet-type star fruit supplementation controls oxidative stress status and enhances the community walking capacity among elderly Thai. BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies, 23(1). [More] 
  • Sonma, T., Leelarungrayub, J. & Klaphajone, J. (2023). Preliminary study: immediate effect of moderate-intensity interval exercise on nitric oxide and other oxidative stress markers from stationary bicycling in healthy sedentary men. Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 23(1), 3 – 9. [More] 
  • Yankai, A., Leelarungrayub, J. & Laskin, J. J. (2023). Preliminary Study: Short-term Beneficial Effects of Thai Tok Sen Massage on Pain, Pressure Pain Threshold, and Upper Trapezius Muscle Thickness Among People with Shoulder Pain. International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork: Research, Education, and Practice, 16(1), 3 – 12. [More] 
  • Kaju, J., Leelarungrayub, J., Natakankitkul, S. & Laskin, J. J. (2023). Supplementation of Sweet-type Star Fruit Product Controls the Oxidative Stress Status and Enhances the Walking Capacity from Home-Walking Exercise Among Dwelling Elderly in Chiang Mai Province. , . [More] 
  • Kaju, J., Leelarungrayub, J., Natakankitkul, S., Singhatong, S., Dechthummarong, C. & Laskin, J. J. (2022). Comparative active compounds and antioxidant activity between the sweet-and sour-type star fruit (Averrhoa carambola L.) In Vitro. Journal of Associated Medical Sciences, 55(3), 36 – 43. [More]