NSF ThaiREU Program


ThaiREU


Research Experience for Undergraduates

in Organic Chemistry

in Bangkok, Thailand


NSF REU




This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants

CHE-0850693, CHE-0453126, and INT-0123857  


Research Projects

***Disclamer: the 2017 program is contingent on funding from the NSF. Upon funding, an application page will be added to this site.

* Eligibility: Strong students who are advanced Sophomores or Juniors in Chemistry;  must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident.  Most participants will be from underrepresented groups in science, and will be from non-PhD granting institutions.


* $5,000 Fellowship, plus airfare and on-campus housing at Chulabhorn Research Institute.


*Short course on Thai language and culture: research will be carried out in English as the primary language. A series of graduate school preparatory workshops will be presented.


*Applications available online only; the link and application deadline will be reinstated once funding has been authorized.

Useful Links:

NSF's Office of International Science and Engineering


US Embassy in Bangkok


resources for U.S. Citizens in Thailand from the US State Department


travel tips from the British Embassy in Bangkok


See the previous ThaiREU webpages:

ThaiREU 2002         ThaiREU 2003         ThaiREU 2004      ThaiREU 2005      ThaiREU 2006     

ThaiREU 2007         ThaiREU 2008         ThaiREU 2009      ThaiREU 2010      ThaiREU 2011

Contact Information:


Professor Rebecca Braslau

ThaiREU

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

University of California Santa Cruz, CA 95064

Email: ThaiREU at chemistry.ucsc.edu

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Dr. Poonsakdi Ploypradith

Chulabhorn Research Institute

Bangkok, Thailand

Email: ThaiREU at chemistry.ucsc.edu

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Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.