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Full Name: Maia Mantskava.

Date of Birth: June 6, 1970.

Place of Birth: Tbilisi, Georgia.

Marital Status: Divorced.

Children: Son (26), daughter (13).

Permanent Address: I. Beritashvili Center of Experimental Biomedicine: Gotua Street 14, 0160, Tbilisi, Georgia.

E-mail: mantskavamaka@rambler.ru, mantskava@lifescince.org.ge.

 

EDUCATION, FIELDS OF SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS, PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND POSITIONS:

 

1985 – 1987 –  I. Javakhishvili State School #2 of Physics and Mathematics.

1987 – 1992 –  Tbilisi I. Javakhishvili State University – Master's degree in Biophysics.

1999 –  2001 –  PhD student, I. Beritashvili Institute of Physiology.

 

WORKING EXPERIENCE:

 

1992 – 1999 – Senior laboratory assistant, Microcirculation Research Center, I. Beritashvili Institute of Physiology.

1999 – 2002 – Junior research scientist, Laboratory of Blood Flow Physiology and Pathology, I. Beritashvili Institute of Physiology.

2002 – 2006 – Research scientist, Laboratory of Blood Flow Physiology and Pathology, I. Beritashvili Institute of Physiology.

2006 – 2014 – Senior research scientist, Department of Cerebral Circulation and Metabolism, I. Beritashvili Institute of Physiology.

since 2014 – Chief research scientist, Head of hemorheological and microcirculation direction, I. Beritashvili Center of Experimental Biomedicine.

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

1992 – Present – Georgian Society of Microcirculation and Clinical Hemorheology.

1992 – Present – Georgian Society of Physiology.

1993 – Present – European Society of Microcirculation and Clinical Hemorheology.

2012 – Present – European Society of Shock.

2012 – Present – FENS, Secretary of the Georgian segment.

2015 – Present – Head of European Society of Microcirculation and Clinical Hemorheology (Georgian segment).

 

TEACHING:

1995 – 2000 – Pathphysiology, Georgian Medical Institute “Medicore”.

1995 – 2000 –  Pathphysiology, E. Pipia Medical Institute.

 

AWARDS:

2005 –  Georgian President’s Stipend for Research Scientist.

2008 –  Grandpre for the Best Medical Essay Georgian Society for Physiology.

 

PARTICIPATION IN GRANT PROJECTS:

1996  –  1998 – Grant from NGO ("Investigation of Ramipril in rheological system (in vitro)”).

1997 – 1999 – Grant from Georgian Academy of Sciences (”Investigation of morpho-physiological changes inside the cerebral cortex and their patho-physiological analysis” – Research scientist).

2000 – 2001 – Grant from Georgian Academy of Sciences – (”The role of hemorheological factors in pathogenesis of neurological, cardiological and angiological diseases” – Research scientist).

2002 – 2003 – Grant from Georgian Academy of Sciences – (”Clinical-experimental investigations during hypertension, cerebral infarcts and diabetes mellitus” – Research scientist).

2004 – 2005 – Grant from Georgian Academy of Sciences – (“Microcirculatory changes and hemorheological disorders during development of shocks” – Research scientist).

2003 – 2006 – Grant from International Science and Technology Center (G-782) – (“Metallation in solid surface” – Research scientist)

2012 – 2015 – Grant from Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (FR/420/7-270/12) – (“Hemorheological and Microcirculation disorders in brain during hemorrhagaical shock'').

2015 – September 1-5 –  Travel grant from Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (2015_tr_780).

2015 – October 12 -16 –  Grant from Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation “International School of Rheology and Microcirculation”, Head of school (2015SS_001_2).

2015 –  October 10-11 –  “International Conference of Rheology", Head of conference.

 

COMPUTER SKILLS:

Office programs:  Microsoft Office Word; Microsoft Office Excel; Microsoft Office PowerPoint; Microsoft Office Publisher; Microsoft Office Access.

iOs: Mac, Safari.

Grafical programs: Adobe Photoshop; Windows Movie Maker.

Programs for statistic analysis: Mini Tab; Mat Lab; Origin.

 

TECHNICAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:

Good ability of working on laser doppler equipment; Very good in microscopically and micro video recording equipment; Very good in laboratory equipment.

 

SOSIAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCES:

Good ability to multicultural environments; Very good communication skills; Good ability to team work.

 

LENGUAGES:

Georgian; Russian; English.

Meetings with the foreign counterparts and representatives of Georgian Government held by Maka Mantskava for the last 10 years made it possible to establish a new direction of biomedicine in Georgia – clinical hemhorheology. They started doing hemorheological examinations in pilot first aid facilities and hospital sector objects. A new module has been created in high medical schools, the syllabus of which was created by Maka Mantskava.

She was the organizer of the First International Conference in Rheology (https://www.biomedicine.org.ge/ge/news.php?page=2, https://bsu.edu.ge/main/page/4591/index.html), School of Rheology and Microcirculation (https://mantskava.wix.com/lighting-design-ru-r), Second International Conference in Evidence Medicine (www.ebm.am), and Fifth International School in Biorheology (https://biorheo2015.bsb-bg.eu). As a result of her chairmanship Georgian Union of Rheologists gained a membership of the European Society of Clinical Rheology and Microcirculation.

 

         

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