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INA-RESPOND

The Indonesia Research Partnership on Infectious Disease

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    Welcome to the INA-RESPOND public website.

    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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    • 13 MAR 18
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    INA104 Study Calling For Interested Hospitals

    INA104 Study Calling For Interested Hospitals

    The INA-RESPOND network is inviting all interested Indonesian government and private hospitals to participate in our HIV study entitled, “A Prospective Observational Cohort Study On HIV Infection And Risk Related Coinfections/Comorbidities In Indonesia” (INA-PROACTIVE). Send an email to ina104sitesupport@ina-respond.net or call our head office at +62 21 4287 9189 (Mr. Caleb/Ikhsan or Ms. Lois) for

    • 01 AUG 17
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    Tripod Interim Analysis

    Tripod Interim Analysis

    On July 21-22, 2017, INA-RESPOND Secretariat invited four active TRIPOD sites to attend the first TRIPOD interim analysis meeting. The four active sites are RSUP Sanglah Denpasar, Bali (site 520); RSUP dr. Kariadi, Semarang (site 560); RSUD Soetomo, Surabaya (site 570); and RSUP dr. Sardjito, Yogyakarta (site 580). The Principal Investigator (PI) or Co-PI and

    • 28 JUL 17
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    INA-RESPOND Steering Committee Meeting and Symposium (2-3 August 2017)

    INA-RESPOND Steering Committee Meeting and Symposium (2-3 August 2017)

    The Indonesia Research Partnership on Infectious Disease (INA-RESPOND) is going to hold its second Steering Committee meeting of 2017 at J.W Marriott, Jakarta on August 2. A Mini Symposium will be held the following day (August 3), which will be attended by approximately 125 representatives from health research networks, government institutions, and private health companies.

    • 20 JUL 16
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