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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.
By: Louis Grue The National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued the final NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing (DMS Policy) to promote the management and sharing of scientific data generated from NIH-funded or conducted research. The Policy establishes the requirements of sub-mission of Data Management and Sharing Plans and compliance with NIH Institute, Center,
Blood culturing remains the “gold standard” for bloodstream infection (BSI) diagnosis, but the method is inaccessible to many developing countries due to high costs and insufficient resources. To better understand the utility of blood cultures among patients in Indonesia, a country where blood cultures are not routinely performed, we evaluated data from a previous cohort
By: Herman Kosasih, Myrna Evanda Adeline With 2 billion infected people, 10 million new cases, and 1.5 million deaths yearly, tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the most significant infectious causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide and is the number one cause of death among those infected with HIV. Major research needs span from basic research