The current state of global health is a matter of urgent concern, especially in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With new and emerging health threats, it is crucial to have the proper tools that can quickly and accurately detect, diagnose, and surveil diseases. Technological advancements like biosensors might have the potential to help with […]

It has been almost three months since the One Health Young Leaders Independent Campus Certified Internship program began. So many things have been done during this internship at INDOHUN, from attending a series of lectures and doing assignments to participating in internship activities in the OHLN (One Health Laboratory Network) division which are still ongoing. The […]

Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite, the protozoan genus Plasmodium, and is usually transmitted through mosquito bites, particularly from female Anopheles mosquitoes. Only female Anopheles mosquitoes can cause malaria because females can bite and suck blood to obtain nutrients and protein for their eggs, while males cannot. When a mosquito infected with […]

Various activities carried out in the laboratory, such as research, quality testing, and sample analysis can produce various kinds of waste, both chemical, biological, radioactive waste, and even a mixture of these various types of waste. Without proper handling, this waste can endanger laboratory workers, the surrounding community, and can cause environmental pollution. However, there […]

Over the past decade, fungal infections have become a cause for concern as the mortality rate caused by fungal infections in humans has risen sharply. Starting from deaths caused by fungal poisoning to mold infections, such as the case of black mold (Mucormycosis) in India and now there is a new threat from Candida auris […]