Dr. Widi Atmoko

Medical Staff, Division of Stone Surgery/Urology Andrology

Assistant Research and Development Coordinator
Department of Urology, Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital
Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia

Previous experience:
General Practitioner, Majalengka Hospital, West Java, Indonesia (2010-2011)
General Practitioner, Maja Puskesmas, West Java, Indonesia (2010-2011)
Urology Resident, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia (2012-2017)
Member, Société Internationale d’Urologie (2016-now)
Member, Endourological Society (2017-now)
Member, Asia Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine (2017-now)
Member, International Society for Sexual Medicine (2017-now)
Fellowship of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Urologist (2017-now)

Educational background:
Elementary Education, SD Jati 01 Pagi, Jakarta, Indonesia (1999)
Junior High Education, SMP 92, Jakarta, Indonesia (2002)
Senior High Education, SMA 68, Jakarta, Indonesia (2005)
Bachelor of Medical Science, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia (2008)
Medical Doctor Degree, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia (2010)
Specialist in Urology, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia (2017)

Inspirational motto or quote:
The pain you feel today will be the strength you feel tomorrow

Aspirations after completing the Health-I program:
Even though Indonesia is one of the urinary tract stone-belt area in the World, we still don’t have Big Data about it. After completing the Health-I program, I hope we can make Big Data and do Indonesia Multi-Center Clinical Epidemiology Research related to urinary tract stone. Through clinical epidemiology, we can improve our understanding and management of stone. This studies have quantified changes in patterns and burden of disease, while identification of risk factors has changed clinical practice and provided insight into pathophysiologic processes related to stone formation. Because nephrolithiasis is a complex disease, an understanding of the epidemiology, particularly the interactions among different factors (such as, diet and lifestyle on disease), may help lead to approaches that reduce the risk of stone formation. After gaining a better understanding of the extent to which modifiable risk factors play a role on stone formation, we can measure what factors may be undertaken for disease prevention.

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