PET / CT, i.e. positron-emission tomography is a nuclear medicine examination method, which is a ...
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Education and training
2017 – Training in radiation oncology, radiation oncology department of the university (U.S., Atlanta);
2017 – Training in positron-emission tomography of International Atomic Energy Agency, nuclear medicine department of Brescia University Clinic (Italy);
2012 – Training in positron-emission tomography, Medical Park University Clinic (Istanbul, Turkey);
2010 – Training in thyroid gland disease treatment with radioactive iodine and positron-emission tomography, nuclear medicine department of Emory University;
2008 – Varian Corporation training in radiation oncology, radiation oncology department of Emory University;
2007 – Varian Corporation training in radiation oncology, radiation oncology department of Emory University (U.S);
2006 – Training in mammary gland mammography and magnetic-resonance examination, mammary gland research center of Emory University (U.S);
1987-1993 – Tbilisi State Medical University, faculty of medicine.
National Center of Surgery, radiotherapy department, doctor-radiation therapist;
2013-Present – Tbilisi High Technology Medical Hospital, University Clinic, head of the nuclear medicine department;
2009-2012 – Tbilisi High Technology Medical Hospital, University Clinic, radiation therapy unit, doctor-radiation therapist;
2005-2009 – National Center of Oncology, radiation therapy unit, doctor-radiation therapist;
2004-2005 – Emory University (U.S), radiology department, nuclear medicine unit, scientific research assistant;
1994-2004 – M. Tsinamdzghvrishvili S/R institute of cardiology, doctor-cardiologist.
License and certificates
2017 – Certificate in nuclear medicine;
2016 – Certificate in radiation oncology;
2008 – Certificate in radiology;
2001 – Certificate in cardiology.
Author of numerous scientific work and publications.
Speaks Georgian, English and Russian languages.