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    Current and expanding infectious disease profile in Indonesia warrants a sense of urgency and mandates that research be a priority to guide the management and prevention of disease to reduce morbidity and mortality. The purpose of Indonesia Research Partnership on Infectious Diseases (INA-RESPOND) is to bring together clinical and academic medical institutions to develop a robust collaborative infectious disease research network.

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    • JULY 16, 2021
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    The 2nd Webinar: COVID-19 Diagnosis Update, Pathogenesis and Co-Infections

    The 2nd Webinar: COVID-19 Diagnosis Update, Pathogenesis and Co-Infections

    ONE YEAR LIVING WITH SARS-COV-2: PROGRESS ON PREVENTION AND TREATMENT The 2nd Webinar in the COVID-19 series:  “Diagnosis Update, Pathogenesis, and CO-infections”, was held on Saturday, July 24, 2021, at 07.00-11.30 WIB (West Indonesia Time). This webinar is supported by INA-RESPOND and partners and is free of charge for all participants. Participants will receive IDI

    • MARCH 30, 2021
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    The First Webinar series “Updates on COVID-19 Vaccine”

    The First Webinar series “Updates on COVID-19 Vaccine”

    ONE YEAR LIVING WITH SARS-COV-2: PROGRESS ON PREVENTION AND TREATMENT The First Webinar series, “Updates on COVID-19 Vaccine”, was held on Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 08.00-12.00 WIB. This webinar is supported by INA-RESPOND and partners and is free of charge for all participants. Participants will receive IDI SKP and an electronic certificate.    

    • MARCH 10, 2021
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    Recent Publication (2020)

    Recent Publication (2020)

    The Identification of First COVID-19 Cluster in Indonesia Vivi Setiawaty,1 Herman Kosasih,2,* Yan Mardian,2 Emita Ajis,3 Endang Burni Prasetyowati,3 Siswanto,1 Muhammad Karyana,1,2 and SARS-CoV-2 Reference Laboratory, Ministry of Health, Indonesia Abstract. We describe the first 11 detected COVID-19 cases in Indonesia, resulting from a local transmission occurring in a club and a restaurant. The virus was detected until an average of 21.3

    • MAY 28, 2020
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    Recent Publications (2020)

    Recent Publications (2020)

    “Leptospirosis in Indonesia: Diagnostic challenges associated with atypical manifestations and limited laboratory capacity”. Muhammad Hussein Gasem, Usman Hadi, Bachti Alisjahbana, Emiliana Tjitra, Muhammad Karyana, MMDEAH Hapsari, Endang Sri Lestari, Herman Kosasih, Abu Tholib Aman, Dewi Lokida, Gustiani Salim, Kanti Laras, Nurhayati Lukman, Ketut Tuti Parwati Merati, Mansyur Arif, Pratiwi Sudarmono, Vivi Lisdawati, Chuen-Yen Lau, Aaron

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