Erni Juwita Nelwan
Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Malaria, Leptospira, HIV, Antibiotics Use-Resistance, MRSA, Operational research, Clinical study
Erni Juwita Nelwan, MD, FACP, FINASIM is an internal medicine and tropical-infectious disease specialist in Jakarta. Dr. Erni is an associate professor; as she is a lecturer, researcher, and antibiotic policy enabler at CiptoMangunkusumo Hospital-national referral for Indonesia. Born in Jakarta, Dr. Erni received her medical degree from University of Indonesia, Jakarta. She also completed her internal medicine and infectious disease training at University of Indonesia. In 2008 she received a WHO Fellowship in an advanced course on immunology, vaccine, and biotechnology at the University of Lausanne. She had her training on malaria in Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. During this PhD training she had several research related courses in Bandung organized by IMPACT concerning HIV/AIDS and people who inject drug.
Dr. Erni is a member of the Indonesian Association of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease, the Indonesian Collegium of Internal Medicine, the Indonesian National Filaria Eradication, as well as other professional societies including the American College of Physicians, core member of Indonesia National Agency of Drug and Food Control, and the Core Team of Medical Education for National Board of Examinations in Indonesia. She serves on the editorial board of International Journal of Internal Medicine (IJIM), as Core Team of Clinical Audit in the Department of Internal Medicine University of Indonesia, and as Core Team of Antibiotics Policy Control in Ciptomangunkusumo Hospital.
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