Doctor of Biophysics
Olia Rcheulishvili was awarded with a master's degree in Biomedical Toxicology in Tbilisi State University in 2006; earned Doctor’s degree at Ilia State University in 2014.
Since 2009, he is a research scientist at the Department of Physics of Biological Systems of Tbilisi State University and a researcher at Biophysics Institute of Ilia State University since 2013. She has been conducting educational activities at European University on the Faculty of Medicine in Biophysics and Medical Physics since 2014. She was involved in various grant projects: the manager of the project - "The impact of metallic ions on the recovery process of the Arthrobacter bacteria Cr (VI)"; Supervisor of the project funded by the Georgian National Science Foundation - "The Scientific Grant of the President of Georgia for Young Scientists " and others. She is an author of numerous scientific works and participant in the local or international conference.
Olia Rcheulishvili became Ivane Beritashvili's scholar in 2009 and won the president's grant for young scientists the same year. In 2008, she participated in the training in Moscow on topic- "The High courses for CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) - countries young scientists and PhD students with contemporary methods for investigation of nanoparticles and nanosystems".
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