Human Genetics Human Genetics

Research conducted in human population and diversity, genetic diseases and genetic association studies.

Human Genetics Infectious Diseases

Research activities in tropical and emerging infectious diseases such as malaria, dengue and hepatitis.

Human Genetics Genetic Biodiversity

Activities include species and marine microbes strain identification, and wildlife population studies.

Human Genetics Training & Education

Eijkman Institute provides training as well as supervision for under- and post-graduate student projects.

Latest News

April 7, 2016
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Retno Marsudi, Visited Eijkman Institute
Ministry of Foreign Affairs discussed forensic DNA, human population genetic studies, and emerging infectious diseases research on her informal visit to Eijkman Institute.
March 16, 2016
Ambassador and Delegates of Switzerland visited Eijkman Institute
Swiss State Secretary for Education, Research and Innovation, Swiss Ambassador to Indonesia, Board member Novartis AG Basel, and Representatives from Universities in Switzerland visited Eijkman Institute.
March 14, 2016
SPECIAL LECTURES by Professor Barry Marshall and Professor Bruce Robinson
Prof. Barry Marshall (Nobel Laureate in Medicine 2005) and Prof. Bruce Robinson shared insights about cancer and edible vaccines.
March 9, 2016
BSL-3 Workshop 2016; Biosafety for Emerging Viruses: Policy and Practice
The Eijkman Institute for Molecular Indonesia and US-CDC Fort Collins are organizing a BSL-3 Workshop; Biosafety for Emerging Viruses: Policy and Practice. on 7th-9th March 2016 at the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology, Jakarta.
Feb. 24, 2016
Seminar Setengah Hari - Global Threat of Zika Virus
Lembaga Biologi Molekuler Eijkman (LBME), Jakarta, dan US Centre for Disease Control Fort Collins, Colorado, menyelenggarakan seminar setengah hari dengan tema “Global Threat of Zika Virus”

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