I am a certified urologist who work as a clinician as well as a lecturer. I did my medical study in my home town at Universitas Udayana, Bali from 2003 until I graduated in 2009. After the graduation, I worked as a junior internship in Department of Surgery at Wangaya Hospital, Denpasar for around 6 months. In 2010, I worked as a research assistant in Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta for a year. I did my basic surgeon trainee in Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia / Cipto Mangunkusumo National Referral Hospital from 2011-2012 and urology trainee until 2016 in the same university. I finished my urology trainee and qualified as a Urologist in the beginning of 2016. After the graduation, I flew back to my home city and starting the work as a lecturer as well as a clinician at Universitas Udayana / Sanglah General Hospital, Bali. Having full support from the seniors, hospital staff, university board, and armed with LPDP scholarship, I encouraged myself to pursue PhD degree in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, UK in the beginning of 2017 with the kidney transplant-related project entitled defining the relationship between the endothelial cells, donor-specific antibodies and complement in antibody-mediated rejection. I passed the final exam and awarded the PhD degree through remote exam in May 2020.
Currently I work at Universitas Udayana mostly as a clinical urologist and as a lecturer as well. As a clinical urologist, I do general cases of urology problem. Moreover, I interested in pediatric urology cases as well as kidney transplant cases. Beside having interest in clinical side of kidney transplantation, I also have enormous passion on basic science of it and would happily do any research related to kidney transplant whenever I got a chance. As a lecturer, I taught medical students, surgeon trainees and urology trainees both in academic and skill-related point of view.