Dr. Ketevan Tavamaishvili | Nanochemistry, Biocomposites, Medicinal Chemistry

Georgian American University, Georgia

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Early Academic Pursuits:

Ketevan Tavamaishvili embarked on her academic journey with an innate curiosity for Chemical Sciences, which blossomed during her childhood. Graduating from Tbilisi State University in 1998, she obtained a degree equivalent to a Master’s in Chemistry in the United States. This solid foundation paved the way for her pursuit of higher education and research.

Professional Endeavors:

In 2004, Tavamaishvili achieved a significant milestone by completing her Doctorate program at Tbilisi State University, earning the esteemed title of Candidate of Sciences in Chemistry, akin to a Ph.D. in the U.S. Her professional journey thereafter saw her deeply immersed in scientific studies, academic writing, and collaborative research efforts.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Her contributions span a diverse array of disciplines within chemistry, including Nanochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, and Analytical Chemistry. Her work has ranged from developing innovative methodologies for analyzing controlled substances like Buprenorphine to tackling environmental challenges such as the identification of persistent organic pollutants.

Accolades and Recognition:

Throughout her career, Her contributions have garnered recognition from esteemed institutions and individuals worldwide. Noteworthy accolades include receiving funding awards for her research endeavors, commendations from government officials including the President and Prime Minister of Georgia, and acknowledgment from international bodies like the U.S. Embassy.

Impact and Influence:

Her impact extends beyond academia, as evidenced by her involvement in projects with real-world implications. Her role in improving forensic analysis methodologies and securing FDA approval for medical methodologies underscores her influence in both scientific and regulatory spheres.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As Tavamaishvili continues her research journey, her focus on investigating new nanomaterials for medical applications promises to contribute significantly to the field of medicine. Her legacy lies in her dedication to advancing scientific knowledge and translating research findings into tangible solutions for societal challenges.

Notable Publications

Air pollution modeling and its application XIX
C Borrego, AI Miranda
(5) 2008

Theoretical review and clinical use. Quantitative assessment of the autonomic nervous system based on heart rate variability analysis. Valley Stream, NY: Intellewave
A Riftine
(4) 2016

Theoretical review and clinical use
A Riftine
(2) 2016

Biomimetic VEGF-loaded bilayer scaffold fabricated by 3D printing and electrospinning techniques for skin regeneration
AMD Pajooh, M Tavakoli, MH Al-Musawi, A Karimi, E Salehi, ...

Recent advances in nanocarrier-based targeted drug delivery: for lung, colon, and breast cancers
P Sabouri, S Bahdori, A Mohsennejadesaniyani, SMR Hosseini, ...

Journal of Composites and Compounds
W He, Y Wang, L Zhong, SA Delbari, AS Namini, D Kim, HW Jang, ...

Estimation of sources of environmental contamination by polychlorinated biphenyls on the territory of Georgia
KG Ketevan Tavamaishvili, Koba Amirkhanashvili

Research mercury organic compounds created in the system: Hg (II)-Fulvic acid by the method GC
N Buachidze, K Chikviladze, K Tavamaishvili

Recent advances in nanocarrier-based targeted drug delivery for lung, colon, and breast cancers
LA Marika Sulashvili, Darya Nejadkoorki, Ketevan Tavamaishvili, Husain ...

Intellewave Heart Rate Variability testing with clusterization of Spectral Function Components
A Riftine

GEORGIAN Engineering News 2006, Vol. 3
KD Amirkhanashvili, KG Tavamaishvili, KM Gamkrelidze

KD Amirkhanaslivili, LG Eprikashvili, KG Tavamaishvili


Ketevan Tavamaishvili | Nanochemistry, Biocomposites, Medicinal Chemistry | Outstanding Scientist Award

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