The Research and Community Service Institution formally consisted of two independent institutions, namely the Research Institution and the Community Service Institution. Considering that the research and the community service activities could not be separated in the implementation of the Tri-Duties of a university and the effectiveness of the human resource management, the Decree of the Rector of Hasanuddin University No. 2630/H4/0/2010 of June 29, 2010 was issued to integrate both institutions called the Research and Community Service Institution.

As a sub-system of Hasanuddin University Organization and Working Management, the Research and Community Service Institutionin its operational activities makes use of the human resources and other facilities available in the university. Therefore, the institutionhas the capacity to settle and advocate the problems which may occur in the society in relation to the applications of Sciences Technology, Arts.
 

Background

The Health Research and Development Centre of Hasanuddin University was established in 2011 as a unit within the Research and Community Service Institution. To realize the vision and missions of theuniversity as a research university and to increase the quality and quantity of the research, and which can be made as the basis of the implementation of the Tri-Duties of a Higher Education Institution, the centre was formed to coordinate the implementation of the research and communitiy service activities in the field of health. It is also expected to become the centre or the umbrella organization for the individual/autonomous researches or institutions involving the inter-disciplines and synergizing the health researches in Hasanuddin University, which can benefit the academic world and the whole community.

The Scopes of Activities

The centre is the umbrella organization of the health cluster of various disciplines of medical science, dentistry, community health, pharmacology, veterinary, nursing science, psychology, and other disciplines related to the health sciences.

Researches

The centre has conducted various basic and applied researches in the field of healthsciences. In line with the Road Map andPrime Development Plan of Hasanuddin University which comprised Nutrition and Tropical Diseases, as well as the Management and Health Risks and Safety. In addition, along with the development of the research interests, various themes have come up with the researcher groups with different excellent topics, such as Cancer, Metabolic Diseases, Medicine Plants, et cetera.

Community Service

The centre has conducted public service activities in various health aspectsinvolving lecturers and students in line with their disciplines to improve the awareness and quality of community healthy life.

Training

The centre had facilitated various trainings according to the related disciplinesto improve the quality of human resource in the health sector.

Resource

Division, Resource, and Competence

The centre has involved various groups of researchers in their respective discipline sciences, such as the medical school with Hasanuddin University Medical-Research Center (HUM-RC), the Researcher Group of the Food and Nutrition Study, Various Groups of Researchers in Pharmacology, Medical Dentistry, Community Health, Veterinary, and Nursing Science.

Working Partners

The Health Research and Development Centreof Hasanuddin University has established cooperatiion with various partiesboth in the country and overseas.

Research and Service Activities (Selected)

  1. The Effects of Estrogen of the Expression of IGF l – R in Breast Cancer
  2. The Resistance Test of Gen rpoB against Rifamfisine and its Correlation with Antibody Titer IgM in Patients with Multibacilar Leper.
  3. The Identification of Food Borne Diseases by Pathogen Bacteria E.Coli 0157H7 and Stephycoccus Aureus of Pasteurized and Non-Pasteurized Milk.
  4. Mannose-Binding Lecting as the Predictor of Sepsis Neonatorum of Early Onset.
  5. The Study of Adipositokin Roles and the Inflammation Indicator against the Inssulin Resistance in Obese Children.
  6. The Effectiveness of the Supplement of Vitamin C Zink on the Expression of TGF-B and Interleukin 6 in Patients with Diabatic Wound in Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo Hospital, Makassar.
  7. The Level of transforming Growth of the Factor-Beta I (TGF)-BI) and the Activing Like Kinase I (ALK-I) of Peritoneum Liquid with the Degree of Endometriosis.
  8. The Effects of the Cureumine Treatment on the Ovulation Capacity and the Expression of Matrix of metalloproteinnase 9 of Rattus Norvegicus Strain Wistar.
  9. The Study of Polymorphism of Methyltetrahhydrofolate Reductase (C6771) with the Level of Folat Acid on the Hearing Upset and the Deaf of the Elders in Makassar.
  10. The Japanese Detection of Encephalitis Virus in Humans and Animals in the Endomic Region of the Dengue Virus Infection.
  11. Death as the result of the Insulin Overdose: a Comparative Analysis of the Insulin Level and the C-Peptide in Mice (mus muscuus sp).
  12. The Correlation between the Flow of Glomerulus Filtration and the Level of Asymmetric Dimethylarginine Serum in the Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.
  13. The Correlation between Polymorphism of Gen P13KCA and the Intake of Carbohydrate on the Insulin Levels of the Overweight patients with Breast Cancer.
  14. The Analysis of the Sequences of Nucleotide Gen UGT IAI and the increase of the Unconjugated Bilirubin Level in Accute Psychotic and Scizofrenia.
  15. The Effect of the Induction of Gold Pressor Test on the Function of the Autonomic Nerve System and the Cerebral Hemodynamics in the patients with the Migren of Interictal Face.
  16. The Comparison of Efficacy of some Anti-helmintics on Soil- Transmitted by Helminths in Elementry School pupils in Makassar City.
  17. The Correlation between the Blood Pressure and the Level of PAI-I.
  18. The identification of Mycoractecterium Tubercolosis in Fleura Liquid through the Coloring of May Grundwald Gemza.
  19. The Analysis of Ox-LDL level and the Expression of Toll-Like Receptor 4 in Healthy Persons, patients with Diabetes Mellitus, and patients with Infarc Miocard with Diabetes Meletus.
  20. The Analysis of the Levels of Monocytes Chemoattractant Protein-I (MPC-I) in Determining the Age of the Bruised Wounds.
     

Overview

The Research and Development of Demography and Gender Centre (RD2GC) is one of the twelve Research and Development Centres under the Research and Community Service Institution of Hasanuddin University. The centre established in January, 2011 was the merger of 2 (two) study centres in the university:The Demography Study Centre (DSC) was established in 1970’s, and the Women Study Centre (WSC) was established in 1980’s.

On one hand, the dynamics of the development issues, the demands for WSC and DSC have become wider and more complex. WSCwhich formerly assisted the research activities and informed the issues concerning the facts that women have been left behind in the process of development,now has become the Gender Research Centre (GRC). The  jobs of the centre have become more extensive comprising the efforts to achieve the equality between the men and the women in all stages of development, starting from the planning, implementation, control, and evaluation of the development results called “Gender in Development”, women empowerment and children protection; prevention efforts in the household violence,and trafficking. On the other hand, DSC has faced a number of challenges ofdemographic problems with the their variations, such as the rate of population growth, under-five-year old children, early-aged children, elderly people, each of which has their own different problems; migrationof Indonesian manpower, health, education, workforces. Those problems do not stand separately but rather relating to one another, including the gender issues (between men and women).

By integrating DSC and WSC into GRC, Hasanuddin University implicitly directs the studies/researches and advocacyin the field of demography and gender as the complete and whole issue or unit to produce the formula of the development policy and program comprehensively, so that the program can ultimately contribute to the improvement of the indexes of the Human Development, Gender Development, and Gender Empowerment. The activities can also be implemented partially in every field (demography and gender), and can also be implemented simultaneously with the focus on the two issues.

The Scope of the Activity

The research and advocacy implemented BY RD2GC focus on the fields of: (i) the demography and the workforce; (ii) the field of development being responsive to gender (Gender-Priority); (iii) and or the combination between the demography and Gender-Priority.

The primary issues of the research are: the Quality of Human Resources and Work Forces, Population Mobility, Education and Employment, Population and Health, HIV, Children Protection, Gender-Priority, Issues about Gender, and Community Social Environment. Whereas the focus of the consultation/advocation/Services are among others: Gender pathway analysis, the arrangement of sorted data/profile of population and gender statistics, the formulation of demography policy, the advocacy for solving health problems of mothers and babies, the Women Empowerment and Child Protection, formulation of Planning design and Gender Responsive Budgeting.

The Potential Partners

Higher Education, Directorate of Community Development of the Ministry of Education and Culture, PAUDNI, Provincial Government/ District/City Government, UNDP, JICA, CIDA, Foundation of BaTI-Program MAMPU.

Divisions

The detailed management of culture will be done through divisions of various cultural aspects as follows:

  1. 1.    The Education Division,the Study of Language, Oral Literature and Local Wisdom, Self Identity and Nation Character Building, Corruptive Behavior, Discrimination, Vandalistic, Rampant, Manipulative, Primordial, Hedonistic, and Pornographicmentalities,development of religious, tolerant, anti-violent, discipline, law-obedient people et cetera. For the non-physical features, such as local languages and local literatures which are almost extinct due to limited number of speakers.Therefore, it is essential to include them in local load of educational curriculumto make them survive. In addition, it is important to include nation character building with the strengthening of local wisdom, documentation of the almost extinct local languages, and documentation of the oral literary works, et cetera.
  2. 2.    The Division of Peace Campaign and Conflict Resolution: the settlements of local and global conflicts, the local wisdom-based education of national cultures for the minority groups, the issues of the physical, political, socio-economical environment, et cetera.
  3. 3.    The Division of the Political Parties and General Election.
  4. 4.    The Division of the Government and Regional Autonomy.
  5. 5.    The Division of the Political Culture, Socialization of cultural privilige, Awareness of Democratization, Sportsmanship in Politics, Freedom of association and expressionof opinions, Tradition in mutual cooperation, the dynamic political situation in Indonesia, roles of local cultures in political activities in Indonesia,  possible emergence of positive and negative conflicts..
  6. 6.    The Division of the Studies of Tourism and Cultural Diplomacy.
  7. 7.    The Division of Religion Studies
  8. 8.    The Division of SEAN studies and the Overseas Relation studies (Pusparida Syahdan).
  9. 9.    The Division of La Galigo studies , Lontara Manuscrips and Serang Alphabets.
  10. 10.    The Division of the Social Anthropology.
  11. 11.    The Division of Media Cultural Studies.
  12. 12.    The Division of the History and Cultural heritage Studies
  13. 13.    The Division of the Malay Studies and others.
  14. 14.    The Division of the Archeology Studies, the Museum and the Protection of the cultural security. It involves preservation of the cultural heritage which is almost extinct, and excavation of historical sites, and the preservation of local culinary tradition as well as  traditional medical treatments, the development of cultural facilities, and empowerment of cultural diplomacy,
  15. 15.    The Division of Economic and Legal Studies

The Potential Partners

  • Local Government
  • Private Sectors
  • Foreigners

 

Background

At present, Biotechnology has developed very rapidly. This progress is marked by the various technological inventions, among others genetic engineering, culture tissue, DNA recombinant, proliferation of stem cell, cloning, et cetera.The technology has enabled human to  recover from genetic or chronic diseases such as cancers and/or AIDS. In the field of food, by using such technology,  better plants resistant to  pests and ecological pressure and yields with high quality nutrition can be produced. The application of the biotechnology now can also be used to preserve the environment, to clean oil spilt in the ocean, and to clean the rivers and oceans from toxic substances using new types of bacteria.Therefore, the Centre for Research and Biotechnological Development of Research and Community Service Institution (RCSI) of Hasanuddin University has the following missions:

a)    To become the main agent in disclosing and increasing the added values of the biological resources through the mastery of the biotechnology which includes: cell and tissue biotechnology, genetic engineering, and bioprospecting of the genetic resources;

b)    To participate in the efforts to educate the nation through cooperation and of the results of biotechnological researches and the genetic resources;

c)    To improve the performance and the management ofgood research institutions (good corporate governance).

The Scope of Activity

Biotechnology has the scope of activityas follows:

  1. White Biotechnology is the biotechnology applied in industries, such as the development and production of the new compound as well as the manufacture of renewable energyresources. By manipulating the microorganisms, like bacteria and yeast, the enzymes, and better organisms have been created in order to ease the production process and the management of industrial waste.
  2. Green Biotechnolgy covers the application activities of the biotechnology in the fields of agriculture, livestocks, and environment.
  3. Blue Biotechnology also known as the aquatic biotechnology controls the processes occurring in aquatic environment. The development of the aquatic biotechnology includes  genetic engineering to produce the disease-resistant oysters and the vaccines to combat the viruses attacking salmons, shrimps and other fishes.
  4. Red Biotechnology concerns the application of the biotechnology in the fields of medicine. Its covers the entire spectrums of human medical treatments, starting from the preventive stage, diagnosis, and treatment.

The Developed Excellent Products

•.Tissue – cultured Potato Seedlings
• Other Plant Seedlings
• Bio-activator
• Bio-pesticides
• Sinbat
      • BeTe LEPI: Bio-pesticide b.a. Baciluus thuringenesis strain labiota control of various pests
        of Lepidoptera group
• Beba LEPI: Bio-esticide b.a: beauveria bassiana strain labiota control of pests of
  Lepidotera group
• Micotani
• Plant Nutritions
• Nutrilabiota
• Tribacompost
• Plant Pesticides
• Pena Emas
• Pena Kaeda
•Plant Hormones
•Nature Preserve
• Bara Tani
• Horti Plus

 

The Centre for the Study of Development Policy and Management (PSKMP) now becoming The Centre for Research and Management Policy and Development (P3KM) is a study centre under coordination of Research and Community Service Institution (LP2M) of Hasanuddin University. This centre is a centre focussing itself on education and research, started at the beginning of 1990s. The urgency for the establishment of this centre is to respond to and anticipate for the changes of the speed of the national development which need good and appropriate plan, management, and policy in both regional and national scales.

In its development, P3KM of Hasanuddin University has transformed itself into a study centre with core activities of education and training with and without degree, advocacy and assistance. Such activities had been performed through collaboration with other private or state institutions, central state institutions, universities, regional government institutions, international, and overseas agencies.

Considering the scope of development policy and management is very broad and multi-dimensional, the Centre for Research and Management Policy and Development (P3KM) is therefore managed by the professionals of Hasanuddin University’s academicians having an interest in policy and development management studies. Therefore, the functional staff members of P3KM consist of the academicians of the university from different disciplines such as economics, sociology, development administration, public policy, anthropology, agriculture, engineering, regional planning, law, public health, and other disciplines related to policy and development management.

In line with the advancement achieved by the university in various fields, P3KM has become one of the most important pillars to achieve advancement and success. The university has developed the concept of’ ‘local autonomy’ which has become reference paradigm of and an approach to regional development and is parallel with the implementation of autonomy and development decentralisation in Indonesia. To anticipate the rapid changes and development of the strategic environment in the future, the P3KM continuously develops academic culture and atmosphere conducive to the internal consolidation through institutional strengthening. For that reason, P3KM keeps developing itself to play a part to contribute the university goal/target attainment.

The Scope of the Study

Hasanuddin University P3KM is an implementing institution of various education and training with and without title, study and research, advocating and assistance with the following core activities:
1.    Performing studies on different aspects of development plan management including
2.    To perform study for various aspects of development plan management including development policy, programme, and activity.
3.    To facilitate consultation and advocacy to regional government agencies and other development actors on the policy and development management.
4.    To conduct education and training on the planning and management of development.
5.    To develop a study, advocacy, and assistance, and scientific forum in relation to decentralisation and regional autonomy, and participation approach to regional development.

The changing status occurring in Indonesian community from agricultural to industrial one has affected the development of the university self-reliance is needed by every component under the university to support such dynamics.
To anticipate such condition, the university prepares centres for research and community services to conduct works with outside parties including private and state industries and business enterprises in the forms of research, development, consultation, training, and any other activities in relation to developing community’s effort by utilising resources available in the university.