Funding, Teaching, and Seminars



Scholarship & Grants

  • Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation's doctoral scholarship grant
  • German Academic Exchange Service's "Vortragsreise" grant


Teaching

MSc Development Economics, University of Goettingen:
“Poverty and Inequality"
Winter Term 18/19
with Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer and Dr. Janina Steinert 
“Essentials of Global Health”
Summer Term 18
with Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer 
 “Quasi Experiments in Development Economics”
Winter Term 17/18
with Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer and Dr. Cara Ebert 


Invited Seminars & Conference Presentations

2021
 
“World Class Professor 2021” Seminar, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia
“Cardiovascular Diseases in LMICs: The Global State of Care”
“Global Strategy for the Prevention and Control of Non Communicable Diseases” International Seminar, Serambi Mekkah University, Indonesia
“Cardiovascular Diseases in LMICs: The Global State of Care”

3rd German Society for Health Economics (DGGÖ) PhD Workshop
“Did you know? The effect of SMS reminders on health screening uptake in Indonesia.“

13th Annual Conference, German Society for Health Economics (DGGÖ)
“Did you know? The effect of SMS reminders on health screening uptake in Indonesia.“

14th RGS Doctoral Conference in Economics
“Did you know? The effect of SMS reminders on health screening uptake in Indonesia.“

2020

Friday Luncheon Seminar, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
“Noncommunicable Diseases in LMICs: The Global State of Care and Insights from a Screening Intervention in Indonesia“

Development Economics Seminar, University of Goettingen
“Perceptions and Knowledge on the Current Outbreak of COVID-19 in Aceh, Indonesia - First Findings”

2019

Guest Lecture, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia
“Access to Care for Cardiometabolic Diseases” 
2018

PhD workshop “Health Economics and Development”, German Society for Health Economics (DGGÖ)
“Health System Performance for Hyperlipidemia in Middle-Income Countries”

2017

Project on Access to Care for Cardiometabolic Diseases in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (HPACC) Launch, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
“Health System Performance for Dyslipidemia in LMICs” 

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