I graduated my medical doctor on 1999, ophthalmologist on 2004 and PhD on 2016 in Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia. I had fellowship and short courses in several institution such as Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital Melbourne on 2007 and Royal Perth Hospital/Lions Eye Institute Perth on 2011, also short course in University Hospital Basel on 2011. On 2012 I had Ultrasound Biomicroscopy course on National University Hospital Singapore. As completing PhD program, I had patent for Virna Glaucoma Implant and now this implant has been used as glaucoma treatment in Indonesia.
I am the lecturer in Ophthalmology Department FMUI for medical students, registrars and fellows since 2008 and I am assisting the students in doing the research. Nowadays I am the chair of Indonesian Glaucoma society (IGS). I have been doing researches and publications. The IGS is actively doing conferences and webinars to spread glaucoma awareness in Indonesia. I am also invited to have talks in regional and international ophthalmologists conferences. Since 2022 I am appointed as Asia Pacific Glaucoma Society Board member. The ongoing research now are comparing Melbourne rapid field test and HFA and completing the long term follow up of Virna Glaucoma implant.