Dr. Budi Haryanto is currently a Professor of Environmental Health Science and the Director of the Research Center for Climate Change at the University of Indonesia. He is also part of the colloquium on environmental health for the Indonesian Environmental Health Association since 2019. Dr. Haryanto is currently a member of, among others, the International Association of Doctors for the Environment, the International Epidemiology Association, the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, and the Board of Directors for the Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health.
He has produced numerous research in the field of climate change and health, most recently studying the impact of haze on children's health in Indonesia, climate change and adaptation capacity development for the vulnerability of Dengue Fever in Indonesia, and fiscal policies to address air pollution from road transport in cities and improve health. He has also contributed to several studies, recently published the Resurgence COVID-19 in Indonesia: Response to the Critical Waves of Pandemic, The Impact of Air Pollution on Gut Microbiota and Children’s Health, and Prevalence and association of blood lead levels with low IQ in children aged 2-9 years in West Bangka.
Dr. Haryanto received his Ph.D. and Masters of Science in Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Indonesia in 2008 and 1993, respectively. His Master of Science Degree in Epidemiology was obtained from the University of California in the USA.