He aims to develop a quantitative framework for human mobility and assess the feasibility of eliminating malaria in Indonesia. The work will prioritize three areas: using mobile phone data to explore the patterns of human movement across the archipelago, determining the likely sources, risks, and the number of imported malaria cases, and mapping the operational feasibility of and constraints on malaria elimination.
This research will be essential for comprehensively improving the national evidence-based malaria control strategies to reach the pre-elimination stage by 2020 and to be free of malaria in 2030.
Scholarship Award. Leadership Course: Science of Eradication. Institute for Global Health, Barcelona, Swiss Tropical Public Health Institute and Harvard School of Public Health. Barcelona, Spain.
Received a Wellcome Trust Fellowship of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Travel Award. International Symposium on Geospatial Health, Melbourne, Australia.
Travel Award. The 58th American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Meeting, Washington DC, USA.
DPhil. Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
DPhil Scholarship Award. The University of Oxford – Li Ka Shing Foundation Global Health Program.
Master of Public Health in Health Informatics, Faculty of Public Health. The University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Bachelor of Science in Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science, Bogor Agricultural University, Bogor, Indonesia