Opening of the ‘MED NU Health Expo 2024’: Community Engages in Complimentary Medical Assessments Featuring Cutting-Edge Technology


On January 18, 2024, Associate Professor Dr. Sarintip Tantanee, Acting President of Naresuan University, had the privilege of presiding over the inauguration of the ‘MED NU Health Expo 2024’ project, themed ‘Healthy Society.’ Held from January 18th to 20th, 2024, the event received a gracious welcome from Assistant Professor Dr. Piriya Narukhatphichai, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Acting Director of Naresuan University Hospital. Over 500 dignitaries from government, private sectors, and the public convened to commemorate the occasion.

This initiative highlights Naresuan University’s unwavering dedication to its Sustainable Development Goals (NU SDGs), which focus on enhancing community health and well-being. By harnessing state-of-the-art medical technology, notably the innovative Anatomage Table machine tailored for in-depth human anatomy studies, the expo aimed to motivate both medical students and enthusiasts. The Anatomage Table enables precise and comprehensive 3D visualization of the human body, thus revolutionizing medical education and research.

The expo served as a platform to showcase a diverse array of innovations and research projects primed for future implementation. Attendees also benefited from complimentary health screenings, encompassing dialysis line assessments utilizing ultrasound technology, heart health evaluations, and brain wave analysis through Neurofeedback machines. Additional services included screenings for memory loss, ADHD symptoms, and treatments for eyelid inflammation and dry eyes, utilizing LED light masks to address clogged sebaceous glands.

Hosted at the prestigious King Naresuan the Great International Exhibition and Convention Center (KNECC), Naresuan University, in Phitsanulok Province, the event emerged as a pivotal forum for advancing community health and fostering collaboration across academia, industry, and the public sector.

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