Rahajeng Tunjung, MD graduated as a general practitioner from the Faculty of Medicine of Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia in 2009.
In the middle of her studies in the faculty of medicine she received a grant from Asia Europe Foundation for training on inter-cultural communication and volunteering program of UNESCO called Asia Europe Young Volunteers Exchange (AEYVE) in France and Italy for 3 months.
Later, during her training as co-assistant in 2007, she had the opportunity to be representative of the university to study Public Health in The Tropics and Infectious Disease in Radboud University Nijmegen (RUNMC), The Netherlands.
After graduating she spent few months working as a general practitioner (dokter PTT) in a rural hospital off shore the Malay peninsula.
She was appointed as lecturer in Parasitology Department of FMDU in 2009 and performed research of molecular genetics in RUNMC in 2010-2011 for her master studies.
Her interest is infectious diseases and international health.
She has just been accepted for a PhD program in infectious diseases in Radboud University Nijmegen under the Dikti-NESO PhD scholarship.
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