Reynardi Larope Sutanto 
July 2, 2024
Nur Nisa Qarin Binti Shahinuddin 
July 2, 2024

Internship Grants

Arielle is a final-year medical student at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, who is deeply committed to ethical decision-making, global health advocacy, and addressing social determinants of health. Her academic journey has been enriched by exploring the principle of "respect for autonomy" within Indonesia's culture for a study on health seeking behavior under UGM's Bioethics Master Program.

Alongside her academic pursuits, she actively participated in medical debates, global health case competitions, and held a leadership role in AMSA International. Their advocacy efforts focused on promoting "one health" and collaborating with WHO, reflecting a dedication to bridging clinical practice with global health policy.

Excited about her upcoming internship at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics, National University of Singapore, she looks forward to contributing to WHO's climate change and health initiatives. Under the mentorship of Professor Dawson, they aim to develop case studies addressing ethical issues in climate change and contribute articles to the Asian Bioethics Review. Their goal is to incorporate non-Western perspectives into the global bioethics discourse, advocating for policies that tackle health disparities and integrate clinical practice with population health.