After receiving a B.A. in Physics at Cornell University, Udom geared his Ph.D. thesis toward the understanding of nano-biological systems of viruses through the application of physical techniques and measurement. He completed his Ph.D. in Biophysics from Carnegie Mellon University in 2014 and is currently a researcher at National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Thailand. While being specialized in nano-mechanics of bio-systems and biophysics, he has a wide range of interests in science and innovation such as nanotechnology, agriculture, medical technology, and big data. He also enjoys exchanging ideas and telling stories about history of science, innovation, technology, and physics in general to others ranging from middle school students to graduate students and even general audience. He has been a part of the Fellow team and contributed to the Global Inclusive STEM+ Leadership Week in Thailand in 2019. In 2019, he also won the first prize in Falling Walls Lab Thailand competition and represented Thailand for the International Falling Walls Lab competition in Berlin. In his spare time, he likes cooking, playing guitar, snowboarding, and extensively watching American football.