Sirinya graduated for Statistics in bachelor’s Degree and Master’s degree and also Economics in Master’s degree. She’s a statistician at The HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT) where is the international HIV clinical research unit within the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre. She has experienced to deal with the cohort data in term of HIV-infected children. The main project is TASER-P which monitors development of resistance to second-line antiretroviral (ARV) regimens in children and adolescents in 10 Countries throughout Asia, and coordinated by the Foundation for AIDS Research. Other projects consist of studying long term outcome of children and adolescents who had HIV infection in Thailand and looking for behavioural risk factors such as drinking alcohol, smoking, sexual risk and adherence ARV in adolescents which associate with their quality of life and treatment failure by using Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interview (ACASI). She’s studying PhD at The Kirby Institute which deal with the cohort observation of Thai HIV-infected by using the National Health Security Office database (NHSO) which is a part of universal coverage programme in Thailand.