Anthony Paulo Sunjaya is a medical doctor and currently a Scientia Doctoral Researcher at the Respiratory Division, The George Institute for Global Health, UNSW Sydney, Australia.
His research focuses include respiratory disease, cardiovascular medicine, clinical trials, health informatics, health economics, health systems and primary care. He has a special interest on supporting universal health coverage and improving care in low middle income countries.
He currently is President, UNSW Postgraduate Council; Chair, Primary Care SIG, Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand; and Vice-Chair Digital Transformation Leadership working group in the International Society for Telemedicine and e-Health (ISfTeH), one of two digital health associations with direct affliation to WHO. He's also a member of the e-Health Economics, Chronic Disease Management, and Medical and Bioinformatics working groups.
Furthermore, he's an Editorial Advisory Board Member at the Annals of Family Medicine, University of Michigan, USA, peer reviewer for multiple international journals and member of the Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods group, University of Newcastle, UK.
In Indonesia, he's active at the Clinical Futures Institute.