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Indonesian PhD student Indra Rudiansyah is one of 297 researchers on the University of Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine team. Indra completed his bachelor’s and master’s degree at Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) before going to Oxford in 2018 to pursue a doctorate in clinical medicine, with a focus on the malaria vaccine. After the pandemic halted Indra’s research project, he applied to join the vaccine development team, where he is responsible for collecting antibody response data.
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