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University of Indonesia

EducationDepok, Indonesia
About: University of Indonesia is a education organization based out in Depok, Indonesia. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Population & Government. The organization has 24991 authors who have published 27559 publications receiving 169386 citations. The organization is also known as: UI & Universitas Indonesia.


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TL;DR: Food in the Anthropocene : the EAT-Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems focuses on meat, fish, vegetables and fruit as sources of protein.

4,710 citations

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TL;DR: An analysis of global forest cover is conducted to reveal that 70% of remaining forest is within 1 km of the forest’s edge, subject to the degrading effects of fragmentation, indicating an urgent need for conservation and restoration measures to improve landscape connectivity.
Abstract: We conducted an analysis of global forest cover to reveal that 70% of remaining forest is within 1 km of the forest’s edge, subject to the degrading effects of fragmentation. A synthesis of fragmentation experiments spanning multiple biomes and scales, five continents, and 35 year sd emonstrates that habitatfragmentation reduces biodiversity by 13 to 75% and impairs key ecosystem functions by decreasing biomass and altering nutrient cycles. Effects are greatest in the smallest and most isolated fragments, and they magnify with the passage of time. These findings indicate an urgent need for conservation and restoration measures to improve landscape connectivity, which will reduce extinction rates and help maintain ecosystem services.

2,201 citations

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Seth Flaxman1, Rupert R A Bourne2, Serge Resnikoff3, Serge Resnikoff4, Peter Ackland5, Tasanee Braithwaite6, Maria V Cicinelli, Aditi Das7, Jost B. Jonas8, Jill E Keeffe9, John H. Kempen10, Janet L Leasher11, Hans Limburg, Kovin Naidoo4, Kovin Naidoo12, Konrad Pesudovs13, Alexander J Silvester, Gretchen A Stevens14, Nina Tahhan4, Nina Tahhan3, Tien Yin Wong15, Hugh R. Taylor16, Rupert R A Bourne2, Aries Arditi, Yaniv Barkana, Banu Bozkurt17, Alain M. Bron, Donald L. Budenz18, Feng Cai, Robert J Casson19, Usha Chakravarthy20, Jaewan Choi, Maria Vittoria Cicinelli, Nathan Congdon20, Reza Dana21, Rakhi Dandona22, Lalit Dandona23, Iva Dekaris, Monte A. Del Monte24, Jenny deva25, Laura E. Dreer26, Leon B. Ellwein27, Marcela Frazier26, Kevin D. Frick28, David S. Friedman28, João M. Furtado29, H. Gao30, Gus Gazzard31, Ronnie George32, Stephen Gichuhi33, Victor H. Gonzalez, Billy R. Hammond34, Mary Elizabeth Hartnett35, Minguang He16, James F. Hejtmancik, Flavio E. Hirai36, John J Huang37, April D. Ingram38, Jonathan C. Javitt28, Jost B. Jonas8, Charlotte E. Joslin39, John H Kempen10, Moncef Khairallah, Rohit C Khanna9, Judy E. Kim40, George N. Lambrou41, Van C. Lansingh, Paolo Lanzetta42, Jennifer I. Lim43, Kaweh Mansouri, Anu A. Mathew44, Alan R. Morse, Beatriz Munoz, David C. Musch24, Vinay Nangia, Maria Palaiou10, Maurizio Battaglia Parodi, Fernando Yaacov Pena, Tunde Peto20, Harry A. Quigley, Murugesan Raju45, Pradeep Y. Ramulu46, Zane Rankin15, Dana Reza21, Alan L. Robin23, Luca Rossetti47, Jinan B. Saaddine46, Mya Sandar15, Janet B. Serle48, Tueng T. Shen23, Rajesh K. Shetty49, Pamela C. Sieving27, Juan Carlos Silva50, Rita S. Sitorus51, Dwight Stambolian52, Gretchen Stevens14, Hugh Taylor16, Jaime Tejedor, James M. Tielsch28, Miltiadis K. Tsilimbaris53, Jan C. van Meurs, Rohit Varma54, Gianni Virgili55, Ya Xing Wang56, Ningli Wang56, Sheila K. West, Peter Wiedemann57, Tien Wong15, Richard Wormald6, Yingfeng Zheng15 
Imperial College London1, Anglia Ruskin University2, University of New South Wales3, Brien Holden Vision Institute4, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness5, Moorfields Eye Hospital6, York Hospital7, Heidelberg University8, L V Prasad Eye Institute9, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary10, Nova Southeastern University11, University of KwaZulu-Natal12, National Health and Medical Research Council13, World Health Organization14, National University of Singapore15, University of Melbourne16, Selçuk University17, University of Miami18, University of Adelaide19, Queen's University Belfast20, Harvard University21, The George Institute for Global Health22, University of Washington23, University of Michigan24, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman25, University of Alabama at Birmingham26, National Institutes of Health27, Johns Hopkins University28, University of São Paulo29, Henry Ford Health System30, University College London31, Sankara Nethralaya32, University of Nairobi33, University of Georgia34, University of Utah35, Federal University of São Paulo36, Yale University37, Alberta Children's Hospital38, University of Illinois at Chicago39, Medical College of Wisconsin40, Novartis41, University of Udine42, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign43, Royal Children's Hospital44, University of Missouri45, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention46, University of Milan47, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai48, Mayo Clinic49, Pan American Health Organization50, University of Indonesia51, University of Pennsylvania52, University of Crete53, University of Southern California54, University of Florence55, Capital Medical University56, Leipzig University57
TL;DR: A series of regression models were fitted to estimate the proportion of moderate or severe vision impairment and blindness by cause, age, region, and year, and found that world regions varied markedly in the causes of blindness and vision impairment in this age group.

1,909 citations

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Bin Zhou1, James Bentham1, Mariachiara Di Cesare2, Honor Bixby1  +787 moreInstitutions (231)
TL;DR: The number of adults with raised blood pressure increased from 594 million in 1975 to 1·13 billion in 2015, with the increase largely in low-income and middle-income countries, and the contributions of changes in prevalence versus population growth and ageing to the increase.

1,573 citations

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Rupert R A Bourne1, Seth Flaxman2, Tasanee Braithwaite1, Maria V Cicinelli, Aditi Das, Jost B. Jonas3, Jill E Keeffe4, John H Kempen5, Janet L Leasher6, Hans Limburg, Kovin Naidoo7, Kovin Naidoo8, Konrad Pesudovs9, Serge Resnikoff10, Serge Resnikoff7, Alexander J Silvester11, Gretchen A Stevens12, Nina Tahhan10, Nina Tahhan7, Tien Yin Wong13, Hugh R. Taylor14, Rupert R A Bourne1, Peter Ackland, Aries Arditi, Yaniv Barkana, Banu Bozkurt15, Alain M. Bron16, Donald L. Budenz17, Feng Cai, Robert J Casson18, Usha Chakravarthy19, Jaewan Choi, Maria Vittoria Cicinelli, Nathan Congdon19, Reza Dana20, Rakhi Dandona21, Lalit Dandona22, Iva Dekaris, Monte A. Del Monte23, Jenny deva24, Laura Dreer25, Leon B. Ellwein26, Marcela Frazier25, Kevin D. Frick27, David S. Friedman27, João M. Furtado28, H. Gao29, Gus Gazzard30, Ronnie George, Stephen Gichuhi31, Victor H. Gonzalez, Billy R. Hammond32, Mary Elizabeth Hartnett33, Minguang He14, James F. Hejtmancik26, Flavio E. Hirai34, John J Huang35, April D. Ingram36, Jonathan C. Javitt27, Jost B. Jonas3, Charlotte E. Joslin, John H. Kempen37, John H. Kempen20, Moncef Khairallah, Rohit C Khanna4, Judy E. Kim38, George N. Lambrou39, Van C. Lansingh, Paolo Lanzetta40, Jennifer I. Lim41, Kaweh Mansouri, Anu A. Mathew42, Alan R. Morse, Beatriz Munoz27, David C. Musch23, Vinay Nangia, Maria Palaiou20, Maurizio Battaglia Parodi, Fernando Yaacov Pena42, Tunde Peto19, Harry A. Quigley27, Murugesan Raju43, Pradeep Y. Ramulu27, Alan L. Robin27, Luca Rossetti44, Jinan B. Saaddine45, Mya Sandar46, Janet B. Serle47, Tueng T. Shen22, Rajesh K. Shetty48, Pamela C. Sieving26, Juan Carlos Silva49, Rita S. Sitorus50, Dwight Stambolian37, Gretchen Stevens12, Hugh Taylor14, Jaime Tejedor, James M. Tielsch27, Miltiadis K. Tsilimbaris51, Jan C. van Meurs52, Rohit Varma53, Gianni Virgili54, Jimmy Volmink55, Ya Xing Wang, Ningli Wang56, Sheila K. West27, Peter Wiedemann57, Tien Wong13, Richard Wormald58, Yingfeng Zheng46 
Anglia Ruskin University1, University of Oxford2, Heidelberg University3, L V Prasad Eye Institute4, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary5, Nova Southeastern University6, Brien Holden Vision Institute7, University of KwaZulu-Natal8, Flinders University9, University of New South Wales10, Royal Liverpool University Hospital11, World Health Organization12, National University of Singapore13, University of Melbourne14, Selçuk University15, University of Burgundy16, University of Miami17, University of Adelaide18, Queen's University Belfast19, Harvard University20, The George Institute for Global Health21, University of Washington22, University of Michigan23, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman24, University of Alabama25, National Institutes of Health26, Johns Hopkins University27, University of São Paulo28, Henry Ford Health System29, University College London30, University of Nairobi31, University of Georgia32, University of Utah33, Federal University of São Paulo34, Yale University35, Alberta Children's Hospital36, University of Pennsylvania37, Medical College of Wisconsin38, Novartis39, University of Udine40, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign41, Royal Children's Hospital42, University of Missouri43, University of Milan44, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention45, Singapore National Eye Center46, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai47, Mayo Clinic48, Pan American Health Organization49, University of Indonesia50, University of Crete51, Erasmus University Rotterdam52, University of Southern California53, University of Florence54, Stellenbosch University55, Capital Medical University56, Leipzig University57, Moorfields Eye Hospital58
TL;DR: There is an ongoing reduction in the age-standardised prevalence of blindness and visual impairment, yet the growth and ageing of the world's population is causing a substantial increase in number of people affected, highlighting the need to scale up vision impairment alleviation efforts at all levels.

1,473 citations


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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Rick M. Maizels8931725513
Xiao Wei Sun8388027985
Kenneth H. Brown7935323199
Maria Yazdanbakhsh6832219397
Anne Marie Kuijpers-Jagtman6233012630
Johannes W. A. Smit5520010370
Yasuaki Einaga5539110124
Akira Yokota502078273
Kenneth L. Audus501628482
Candida C. Peterson481467798
Antonio Farina462406404
S. Sumowidagdo441787165
Teruna J. Siahaan422366477
Patricia Price422987913
Akihiko Sekizawa402955599
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Performance
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202360
2022290
20213,466
20204,739
20194,335
20183,913