I am a clinician, lecturer and researcher at the Department of Child Health, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. I obtained a Master degree in Pediatric Clinical Sciences and Pediatric degree in the same institution. I completed my PhD on molecular biology and immunology at Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University Japan. My current clinical work is as Pediatrician at dr. Sardjito General Hospital, Yogyakarta at the Division of Infectious and Tropical Disease. My research interests are in the fields of immunology, infectious and tropical disease, especially in dengue and HIV in children.
My present research collaboration is World Mosquito Program in Yogyakarta (WMP Yogyakarta) as a part of WMP Global, which an implementation research to develop more effective tool to prevent and control outbreak of dengue by new novel method using a non-pathogen bacterium, Wolbachia.