Lidwina Priliani


Position             : Research Assistant

Qualifications   : 

                              - B.Sc. in Biotechnology (Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia)

                              - M.Sc in Biotechnology (Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia)


Profile                :

                         Lidwina has worked on maternal nutritional status and early lts impact on maternal and fetal energy metabolism and birth weight. Her current research focused on interaction between the genetic predispositions and lifestyle on the pathogenesis of non-communicable diseases.                          

Interests            :  

                               - Maternal Factors Influencing the Impact of Nutrition Programs on Newborn Survival and Stunting

                               -  Nutrigenomics/Nutrigenetics

                               -  Human genetic, lifestyle and non-communicable diseases

Awards              :

                               - Penghargaan Artikel Ilmiah Berkualitas Tinggi Bidang Kesehatan dan Obat RISTEK-BRIN (2020)

                               - 2nd Best Poster Award, A Day with Applied Biosystems Real Time-PCR (2015) 

Contact             :  lidwina.priliani@mrinstitute.org

Publications     :

1. Transcription factor 7-like 2 single nucleotide polymorphisms rs290487 and rs290481 are associated with dyslipidemia in the Balinese population. PeerJ. 2022       March 22. doi: 10.7717/peerj.13149.

2. Association of FTO rs1421085 Single Nucleotide Polymorphism with Fat and Fatty Acid Intake in Indonesian Adults. 2021. BMC Research Notes 14 (1), 1-7

3. Maternal biomarker patterns for metabolism and inflammation in pregnancy are influenced by multiple micronutrient supplementation and associated with              child   biomarker patterns and nutritional status at 9-12 years of age.PloS one, 15(8), e0216848. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216848                                               

 4. Obesity in the Balinese is associated with FTO rs9939609 and rs1421085 single nucleotide polymorphisms. PeerJ. 2020 Jan 3;8:e8327. doi:                                         10.7717/peerj.8327.