Dian Anggraini, is a reproductive medicine scientist. She finished her education in Clinical midwifery and Master in reproductive medicine in Indonesia. She was a clinical midwife and midwifery lecturer in Indonesia for 5 years. In February 2019, she joined the Graduate Program in the School of Medicine, Western Sydney University. Now she is doing her project about “The role of protein aggregation in the pathogenesis of preeclampsia”. By using her experience in the field as a clinician, currently she is now trying to find the biomarker for preeclampsia, one of the disorder in pregnancy that has killed so many mothers and babies, by using biomedical and clinical science approaches. Her dream is to develop the tools for detection of preeclampsia.
Western Sydney University
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