Staff profile

Dono Widiatmoko

Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology Statistics and Research Methods


Health, Social, and Community Work


College of Health, Psychology and Social Care


School of Allied Health and Social Care




Kedleston Road, Derby Campus



I am a Senior Lecturer within the Public Health team at the College of Health, Psychology and Social Care at the University of Derby. Prior to joining the University of Derby, I primarily work in academia with the Universities of Teesside, Salford, Wolverhampton, Hertfordshire and the University of Indonesia.

Teaching responsibilities

I develop and deliver postgraduate modules in Epidemiology, Statistics, Research Methodology and Health Economics, both for classroom and online deliveries through UDOL. I am also involved in the delivery of other relevant modules within the College.


Recent conferences

During the last several years I have been invited to speak in the field of Global Public Health, for example at the 3rd International Conference on Urban Health held by the Polytechnic of Ministry of Health, Makasar and the International Conference on Health Development by the University of Veteran National Development, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Experience in industry

I spent almost 4 years with one of the largest global Pharmaceutical Companies in the area of Government Affairs, Market Access and Communications for their Indonesian operations. Earlier in my career, I also worked for a global consulting firm specialising in the area of Strategy and Planning.

International experience

I have been involved in many teaching, research and consulting projects with various partners in Indonesia. During the last several years I have been asked to deliver visiting lectures for the University of North Sumatera, University of Indonesia, Hasanuddin University, Diponegoro University, Aisyiyah University, and several others.

While working for one of the largest global pharmaceutical companies, I was involved in many cross-country issues in pharmaceutical pricing, access, and policies that affect access to medicines to patients.  

I have also worked for a consulting project supporting the Ministry of Health of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

In the media

I have been quoted in global media around the response to COVID-19 for example by the New York Times, Bloomberg, and Reuters. I have also been interviewed by numerous Indonesian media including TV appearances.

Recent publications