(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Nino Mitaishvili

Beneficiary country: 
Mitaishvili Nino Georgia Born on 19 November 1984 in Tbilisi, Georgia
Country of study: 
United States of America
Last degree obtained: 

PhD, Speciality Allied Ecology, Ivane Javakhishvili tbilisi state university

Scholarly work and publications: 

T. Kokashvili, Ch.A. whiteshouse, A. Tskhvediani, Ch. J. Grim, T. Elbakidze, N. Mitaishvili, N. Janelidze, E. Jaiani,  B.J.  Haley,  N.  Lashkhi,  A.  Huq,  R.R.  Colwell,  M.  Tediashvili. (2015). Occurrence  and  diversity  of  clinically important  Vibrio  species  in  the  aquatic  environment  of  Georgia.  Front Public  Health,  13  October  2015.

Haley B. J., T. Kokashvili, A. Tskshvediani, N. Janelidze, N. Mitaishvili, Ch. J. Grim, G. Constantin  de Magny, A. J. Chen, E. Taviani, T. Eliashvili, M. Tediashvili, Ch. Whitehouse, R. RColwell, A. Huq. (2014) Molecular Diversity and Predictability of Vibrio parahaemolyticus along the Georgian coastal zone of the Black Sea. Frontiers in  Microbiology, doi:10.3389/fmicb.2014.00045

Jaiani  E.,  Kokashvili  T.,  Mitaishvili  N.,  Elbakidze  T.,  Janelidze  N.,  Lashkhi  N.,  Kalandadze  R.,  Mikashavidze, E., Natroshvili G., Whitehouse C.A., Huq A., Tediashvili M. (2013). Microbial water quality of recreational lakes near Tbilisi,  Georgia. Journal of Water and Health, 11 (2), 333-345

N.  Mitaishvili. (2013) Study  of  Effectiveness  of  Bioluminescent  Reporter  Phage  Assay  on  Y.  pseudotuberculosis Strains. Medical Journal of Georgia, No 5 (218). ISSN 1512-0112, 77-82

N. Mitaishvili, E. Didebulidze, G. Natroshvili, N. Toklikishvili1, and M. Tediashvili. (2013). The abundance of Vibrio spp.  and  Aeromonas  spp.  in  Georgian  freshwater  and  marine  environment. V International  Conference  on Environmental, Industrial and Applied Microbiology. Abstract book. Madrid, Spain, 2-4 October 2013 

N. Mitaishvili, C. Rajanna, T. Revazishvili, A. Sulakvelidze. (2013). The ability of a reporter Yersinia phage to confer a bioluminescent signal  to Y. pseudotuberculosis strains under different  conditions. EPI  Reserach  Day. Book of Abstracts Mapping the landscape of Evolving Science, February 2013, 16-17.