NurseCMU’s Director of the Center of Excellence in Nursing to Represent Thailand at the ASEAN-India Women Scientists Conclave

26 April 2024

Faculty of Nursing

Associate Professor Jutamas Chotibang, Director of the Center of Excellence in Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Chiang Mai University, has been chosen to represent Thailand at the ASEAN-India Women Scientists Conclave. Dr. Chotibang has been selected by the Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (PMO) of Thailand. This event is being organized by the Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR) of Singapore in collaboration with the Department of Science & Technology Anusandhan National Research Foundation (ANRF) of India and the ASEAN Secretariat. The conclave aims to promote women in science and technology, facilitate mobility and connectivity, and create an international platform for sharing scientific knowledge and experiences to enhance cooperation and collaboration among India-ASEAN women scientists. The conclave will have about 50 participants, with approximately 30 participants from ASEAN and 20 from India. The event is scheduled for April 25-26, 2024, in Singapore.
The primary topics for this year's ASEAN-India Women Scientists Conclave, namely Artificial Intelligence, Healthcare, and Sustainability (Energy Solutions), are not just areas of scientific research but also pressing global challenges. The conclave's focus on these topics reflects the scientific community's commitment to addressing these urgent issues. This alignment also underscores the scientific agenda of the Science and Technology Park at Chiang Mai University, further emphasizing the importance of these topics and the need for collaborative solutions.
Associate Professor Jutamas Chotibang's participation not only highlights her expertise and commitment to gender equality in science and technology but also underscores Thailand's significant role in advancing scientific and technological collaborations in the ASEAN region and beyond. Her recent honor as the 'Outstanding Woman in Community Development for Chiang Mai Province 2024' and her current roles as a lecturer in the Pediatric Nursing Department and the Director of the Center of Excellence in Nursing is a testament to her dedication and hard work. Her involvement in the conclave will undoubtedly contribute to its success and bring back valuable insights and opportunities to Thailand.