Patcharaporn Srisaikaew PhD

Ph.D. in Anatomy with a strong knowledge of neuroanatomy. Experienced in multimodal neuroimaging techniques and computational skills. Expert in fresh cadaveric and white matter dissection and cerebrovascular coloration methodology.


University Health Network

Principal Faculty:

Toronto Western Hospital

Principal Department/Program:

Krembil Research Institute

Principal Hospital Appointment:

Postdoctoral Fellow


Dr. Mojgan Hodaie

Key Publications:

1. Taranop V., Ruangrajitpakorn V, Praputpittaya P., Lippanon K., Tharnpipat R., Wongpakaran N.*, Wongpakaran T., Srisaikeaw P., Mahakkanukrauh P., Varnado P., Yang T., Peisah C. (2022) Development of a Storytelling Examination for Early Mild Cognitive Impairment (Pre-MCI) Screening (STEEMS). Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. 2. Srisaikaew, P., Wongpakaran, N., Anderson, N.D., Chen, J.J., Kothan, S., Varnado, P., Unsrisong, K., & Mahakkanukrauh, P. (2020). Fornix integrity is differently associated with cognition in healthy aging and non-amnestic mild cognitive impairment: A pilot diffusion tensor imaging study in Thai older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 12. 3. Srisaikaew, P., Vaniyapong, T., Das, S., & Mahhakranukrauh, P. (2020). Clinical Significance of Blood Supply of the Fornix of Brain: A Cadaveric Study. Sains Malaysiana, 49(2), 399-404. 4. Srisaikaew, P., Das, S., & Mahakkanukrauh, P. (2019). The Role of Fractional Anisotropy (FA) in Alzheimer’s Disease and People without Alzheimer’s: A Review. International Medical Journal, 26(4). 5. Navic, P., Srisaikaew, P., & Mahakkanukrauh, P. (2019). Age Estimation at Death Using Acetabulum: A Review. International Medical Journal, 26(6)