Peeraporn Pakakaew

Visiting PhD Candidate

Peeraporn is a PhD candidate from the Faculty of Agro-Industry, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. She is a visiting PhD student at Deakin University undertaking a research project titled “Preference and perception of fat and golden or black garlic flavor in steamed chicken rice”

Peeraporn graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Technology, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.


Publication highlights

Pakakaew, P., Phimolsiripol, Y., Taesuwan, S., Kumphune, S., Klangpetch, W., & Utama-Ang, N. (2022). The shortest innovative process for enhancing the S-allylcysteine content and antioxidant activity of black and golden garlic. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 11493.

Pakakaew, P., Taesuwan, S., Phimolsiripol, Y., & Utama-Ang, N. (2022). Comparison between the physicochemical properties, bioactive compounds and antioxidant activities of Thai and Chinese Garlics. Current Applied Science and Technology, 11-pages.


Research interests and skills

Food science, Food processing, Product development, Food sensory evaluations