Prof dr Adi Utarini MSc, MPH, PhD
Department of Health Policy and Management
Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Formerly as the Vice Dean for Research, community service and collaboration at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada (2012-2016), she has been active in strengthening institutional programs to improve research atmosphere and international journal publications. Ranked 311 best Indonesian researchers in all subjects published by Webometrics 2017, she published her work in more than 25 international health journals. Her research focuses on dengue control, public private mix in Tuberculosis control, malaria control and quality management. She is also currently the Project Leader for Eliminate Dengue Project-Yogyakarta (2013-2019), a project applying Wolbachia Aedes Aegypti intervention to reduce dengue cases in Yogyakarta, funded by Tahija Foundation, Indonesia. She provides the overall leadership in all aspects of planning and implementation of the research as well as the high level liaison with key national level stakeholders. She completed her Master degree from the Institute of Child Health, London UK and continued her PhD at the Department of Public Health and Epidemiology, Umea University Sweden.