Boripuntakul, Sirinun

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Position: Assistant Professor
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ผศ.ดร.กภ.ศิรินันท์ บริพันธกุล

Assistant Professor

Phone :0-5394-9250

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     Sirinun Boripuntakul is a lecturer at the Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, since 2013. She received her Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from Chiang Mai University in 2012. She teaches course content related to physical therapy management of older people both in clinical and community settings.

     Boripuntakul is determined to teach, supervise, and mentor both undergraduate and graduate students. Her research interests follow two main themes:1) the assessment of gait and fall risk in older adults with and without cognitive impairment, and 2) the development of a low-cost markerless motion tracking device for detection of gait speed among older adults under various walking tasks.



  • Keawtep, P., Sungkarat, S., Boripuntakul, S., Sa-nguanmoo, P., Wichayanrat, W., Chattipakorn, S. C. et al. (2024). Effects of combined dietary intervention and physical-cognitive exercise on cognitive function and cardiometabolic health of postmenopausal women with obesity: a randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 21(1), 1-13. [More] 
  • Kamnardsiri, T., Boripuntakul, S. & Kaiket, C. (2024). Computer vision-based instantaneous speed tracking system for measuring the subtask speed in the 100-meter sprinter: Development and concurrent validity study. Heliyon, 10(2). [More] 
  • Poosri, T., Boripuntakul, S., Sungkarat, S., Kamnardsiri, T., Soontornpun, A. & Pinyopornpanish, K. (2024). Gait smoothness during high-demand motor walking tasks in older adults with mild cognitive impairment. PloS one, 19(1), e0296710. [More] 
  • Keawtep, P., Wichayanrat, W., Boripuntakul, S., Chattipakorn, S. C., Worakul, P. & Sungkarat, S. (2023). Physical-cognitive training with dietary intervention to improve cognitive function and circulating biomarkers in postmenopausal women with obesity: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Advances in Integrative Medicine, 10(1), 22 – 28. [More] 
  • Keawtep, P., Kamnardsiri, T., Boripuntakul, S., Wichayanrat, W., Worakul, P. & Sungkarat, S. (2023). Feasibility of Internet-Based Physical-Cognitive Exercise for Health Benefits of Middle-Aged Obese Women. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, 14. [More]