Dr Hasnawati Saleh

PAIR Research Coordinator

The Australia-Indonesia Centre

Nana did her PhD in biomedical science at The University of Melbourne (2010) and her MSc at The University of Queensland (2004).

She is one of the founding members of Indonesian Young Academy of Sciences (ALMI) and also served as its first Secretary General. Nana has also worked as Study Director for Indonesian Academy of Sciences (2014-2019) overseeing the publication of ‘SAINS45-Indonesian Science Agenda toward a Century of Independence (2045)’, a visionary consensus report formulated by over a hundred prominent Indonesian young scientists from different backgrounds. The book has made an impact in science development across Indonesia.

She has also help established the Indonesian Science Fund (Dana Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia/DIPI) and served as the first DIPI’s Program Manager in 2016. She did her postdoctoral research at Prince Henry’s Institute of Medical Research in Clayton, Melbourne (2010-2011), and as a Consultant Investigator of Novartis-Hasanuddin Clinical Research Initiative/NHCR (2011-2014).