Associate Professor Ansariadi Ancha is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia.
He is responsible for teaching, supervising undergraduate students for their final year project and conducting research. Ansariadi qualified in undergraduate Public Health from Hasanuddin University in 1995 and completed a Master of Science in Public Health from Griffith University in 2004. His research interest is social and geographical aspects of adverse pregnancy outcomes. Ansariadi teaches basic epidemiology and data management to undergraduate public health students.
Ansariadi has worked on spatial mapping of health services, to improve surveillance systems for infectious diseases and maternal health programs in South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. He worked on information systems and maternal health in Aceh province after the tsunami disaster, with the World Health Organization. His skills include epidemiology, GIS spatial mapping and on-the-ground work in maternal and infant health.