Lecturer at Faculty of Public Health (Environmental Epidemology)
Dr. Budi Haryanto received his Ph.D. in epidemiology at the Faculty of Public Health, the University of Indonesia, two master degrees in Environmental Health and Epidemiology from the University of Indonesia and the University of California at Los Angeles respectively, and two bachelor degrees in Environmental Health and Sanitation Technology.
Dr. Budi Haryanto, MSPH, MSc is an Associate professor and former chair of the Department of Environmental Health – Faculty of Public Health and Head of Research Division of the Research Center for Climate Change University of Indonesia. Dr. Haryanto has participated in numerous environmental epidemiology studies. In addition to research on health effects in children of air pollution, including lead, PM 2.5, nano-particles, and biological exposures. Dr. Budi Haryanto is a Board Director of the Pacific Basin Consortium on Environment and Health, Vice president of the Indonesian Clean Emission Partnerships, Head Division of Environmental Health Sciences Development and Working Group Chairman for Climate Change and Human Health at the Indonesian Public Health Association, and a member of numerous international and national professional societies and organizations, including the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Clean Air Initiative in Asian Cities (CAI), Indonesian Environmental Health Association, and Indonesian Epidemiological Network (IEN). Most recently he has actively contributed to the studies and development of policy and action plan of health adaptation to climate change
|2016||Lead exposure from battery recycling in Indonesia|
|2016||Effect of Ambient Particulate Matter 2.5 Micrometer (PM 2.5) to Prevalence of Inpaired Lung Function and Asthma in Tangerang and Makassar|
|2015||Effect of Calcium Supplementation on School Children's Blood Lead Levels in Indonesia|
|2015||Multivitamin Supplementation Supports Immune Function and Ameliorates Conditions Triggered By Reduced Air Quality|