Nurmala Selly Saputri
Selly got her master’s degree in Public Health from The University of Melbourne and her bachelor’s degree in public health from Universitas Indonesia.
Selly is a quantitative researcher with special interest in health issues, especially maternal and child health, universal health coverage.
Prior to joining SMERU, she was a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, and worked in layout at the Jurnal Kesmas in the Faculty of Public Health at Universitas Indonesia.
Selly received Australia Awards Scholarship in 2018 for her master’s degree.