Molecular evolution of the immunity defenses in honeybees
Pollination biology and taxonomy of native bees
 
Systematics and population genetics of bees (Superfamily Apoidea) and their pests and parasites
 
Department of Biology, Faculty of Science
Chulalongkorn University
Phayathai Road, Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330, Thailand
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Center of Excellence in Entomology
 
B.Sc. (Biology) (1st class honor, with Gold medal award)
1996–2000 
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
M.Sc. (Biology, Entomology) 
2000-2002 
University of Kansas, Kansas, USA
Cert. Bee Course
2002
American Museum of Natural History, USA
Ph.D. (Entomology, Systematics) 
2002-2007
University of Kansas, Kansas, USA
 
DPST scholarship, the Royal Thai Government, Thailand (2000–2006)
Dr. Tab Nilaliti Award in Sciences, Faculty of Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (2000)
Hungerford Travel Grant, Entomology Program, University of Kansas. (2001, 2002. 2004)
NSF-EPSCoR Student Travel Program (2002)
IUSSI (International Union for the Studies of Social Insects) Student Travel Grant (2002)
Student Travel Grant, Graduate School, University of Kansas. (2002)
Raymond Beamer Summer fellowship, Entomology Program, University of Kansas. (2003, 2006)
The e-Biosphere 09 Travel, Accommodations, and Travel Bursary Award (2009)
Best Scientific Presentation Award (Bee Biology, Genetics and Biodiversity), The 10th Asian Apiculture
Association Conference; Pusan, South Korea, 4–7 November 2010.
 
 
List of publications (from 2008 onwards):
National
  1. Warrit, N, Lekprayoon, C. 2010. Carpenter Bees: natural history and behavior that differ from honeybees (in Thai). Biodiversity Research and Training Program (BRT) Magazine 27: 44–49.
  2. Warrit, N. 2010. Hawk moths, night-blooming orchids and Charles Darwin (in Thai). Journal of the Science Society of Thailand 63(6): 38–39.
  3. Denduangboriphat, J, Warrit N. 2010. From Shrewsbury to Westminster: a short biography of Charles
    Darwin (in Thai). Journal of the Science Society of Thailand 63(6): 44–45.
  4. Warrit, N. 2012. A dichotomous key to the honey bee species of Thailand (in Thai). In S. Wongsiri and S. Deowanish (eds.)Biology of Honey bees. Chulalongkorn University Press, Bangkok, Thailand pp.307–308.
  5. Warrit, N. 2012. Honey bee mites: past, present, and future (in Thai). In P. Chantawannakul et al.
    (eds.) Parasitic Mites and Nosema Diseases in Honey Bees. Bee Protection Center (BEEP), Department of Biology, Chiang Mai University, Maxx Printing, Chiang Mai, Thailand pp. 12–17.
International
  1. Warrit, N. 2009. A new subgeneric placement of Ceratina splendida Shiokawa (Hymenoptera; Apidae)
    from the subcontinent of India and Pakistan. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 85(3): 159–161.
  2. Chaimanee, V, Warrit, N, Chantawannakul, P. 2010. Infection of Nosema ceranae in four different honeybee species. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 105(2): 207–210.
  3. Warrit, N. 2009. A new subgeneric placement of Ceratina splendida Shiokawa (Hymenoptera; Apidae)
    from the subcontinent of India and Pakistan. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 85(3): 159–161.
  4. Chaimanee, V, Warrit, N, Chantawannakul, P. 2010. Infection of Nosema ceranae in four different honeybee species. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 105(2): 207–210.
  5. Somana, W, Burgett, M, Warrit, N, Sukumalanand, P. 2010. A simplified technique using Microsoft
    Paint for counting cell numbers in honeybee and stingless bee colonies. Science of Bee Culture 2 (1):
    7–8.
  6. Ruepell, O., Hayes, A, Warrit N, Smith, DR. 2011. Population structure of Apis cerana in Thailand reflects biogeography and current gene flow rather than Varroa mite association. Insectes Sociaux (published on-line: 30th March 2011)
  7. Attasopa, K, Warrit, N, 2012. The subgeneric position and a redescription of an Oriental burrowing bee, Amegilla fimbriata(Hymenoptera; Apidae; Anthophorini). The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 88(3):
    281–291.
  8. Warrit, N, Michener, CD, Lekprayoon, C.2012. A review of small carpenter bees of the genus Ceratina, subgenus Ceratinidia, in Thailand, with description of a new species and identification keys (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Proceeding of the Entomological Society of Washington 114(3): 398–416.
 
Book Chapter
  1. Warrit, N, Lekprayoon, C. (2011) Honey Bee Mites of Asia. In H. R. Hepburn and S. E. Radloff (eds.) Honeybees of Asia. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, Germany pp. 347–368.
 
Undergraduate Student
Graduate Student
  1. นายนรินทร์ ชมภูพวง (Biological Sciences)
  2. นายสิทธิพงษ์ วงศ์วิลาส (Biological Sciences)