Dr. Krisna Rungruangsak-Torrissen is a Principal Research Scientist and Nutritional Biochemist for the Ecosystem Processes Research Group at the Institute of Marine Research, Matre Research Station, Matredal, Norway. She has been the President of The Association of Thai Professionals in European Region (ATPER) and the principal author of many uniquely professional papers and book chapters, including an academic book on laboratory and principles in Biochemistry (in Thai) from her previous experience as an Assistant Professor at Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Her research interests in food utilization and performance qualities of growth and maturation of aquatic living resources in aquaculture and natural ecosystems have provided different extraordinary biochemical techniques for studying digestive efficiency, growth status, protein growth efficiency, dietary quality assessments, and maturation rate, using the knowledge from a series of growth mechanisms through unique studies of genetic variations in trypsin phenotypes, resulting in the development of neural computational model GrowthEstimate through digestive efficiency for precisely estimating growth rate of aquatic living resources in nature without knowing histories of food availability and consumption. Dr. Rungruangsak-Torrissen received her B.Sc. degree (1971) in Food Technology from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; her M.Sc. degree (1973) in Biochemistry from Mahidol University, Thailand, and her Ph.D. (1993) in Fisheries and Marine Biology from the University of Bergen, Norway.

Krisna Rungruangsak-Torrissen
Principal Research Scientist, Institute of Marine Research, Norway, Matre Research Station, Matredal, Norway
Dr. Krisna Rungruangsak-Torrissen is a Principal Research Scientist and Nutritional Biochemist for the Ecosystem Processes Research Group at the Institute of Marine Research, Matre Research Station, Matredal, Norway. She has been the President of The Association of Thai Professionals in European Region (ATPER) and the principal author of many uniquely professional papers and book chapters, including an academic book on laboratory and principles in Biochemistry (in Thai) from her previous experience as an Assistant Professor at Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Her research interests in food utilization and performance qualities of growth and maturation of aquatic living resources in aquaculture and natural ecosystems have provided different extraordinary biochemical techniques for studying digestive efficiency, growth status, protein growth efficiency, dietary quality assessments, and maturation rate, using the knowledge from a series of growth mechanisms through unique studies of genetic variations in trypsin phenotypes, resulting in the development of neural computational model GrowthEstimate through digestive efficiency for precisely estimating growth rate of aquatic living resources in nature without knowing histories of food availability and consumption. Dr. Rungruangsak-Torrissen received her B.Sc. degree (1971) in Food Technology from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; her M.Sc. degree (1973) in Biochemistry from Mahidol University, Thailand, and her Ph.D. (1993) in Fisheries and Marine Biology from the University of Bergen, Norway.

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