Vera Tsomaia successfully graduated from the Faculty of Biology of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University in 1993, specializing in Human and Animal Physiology; In 1997 - the postgraduate program of Biology Faculty of the same university, specializing in cell biology. In 1999, she was awarded the scientific degree of the Candidate of Science in Biological ("Neuronal Mechanisms of Retention in First Epileptogenic Focuses").
In 1993-1996 she worked at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Chair of Cell Biology, 1996-2006 - at Neurobiology Laboratory of the same University; In 2010-2017, she was a research scientist of the Sleep and Wake Cycle Neurobiology laboratory of Ivane Beritashvili Experimental Biomedical Center; in 2017 - senior research scientist of the Sleep and Wake Cycle Neurobiology laboratory of the same center. Currently, she is a senior research scientist in the Sleep and Wake Cycle Neurobiology laboratory Ivane Beritashvili Experimental Biomedicine Center.
She has participated in international and national conferences and qualification trainings, including: IBRO 2000 Summer School, Tihany, Hungary (2002), Meeting of the Physiological Society, Oxford, United Kingdom (2001), Seminars at the Unité de Neurosciences Intégratives et Computationnelles (UNIC) and at the Institute Henri Poincare, Paris (2002).
She has earned different awards and grants: 2002 - CNRS Grant, 2002-2004 - Wellcome Trust Grant, 2001 - IBRO Grant, 2001 - British Physiological Society Travel Grant, 2000 - UNESCO International Conference (II Prize).
She is a member of Georgian Society of Physiologists, International Brain Research Organization (IBRO), Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS).