Kldiashvili Ekaterine, Ph.D., received education at Faculty of Biology of Tbilisi State University, and has been trained as clinical cytologist through fellowship. In the recent years Dr. Kldiashvili has been extensively working in the field of eHealth; she managed a series of projects and programmes in the field. Her key skills and competencies related to current proposal are: knowledge and expertise in medical data management; project management skills; networking and experience in team working.
Dr. Ronald Landes is founder and president of Landes Bioscience, publisher of over 40 peer-reviewed science journals covering both basic and applied molecular biology. He is also an international investor in early-stage bioscience technology with a portfolio that includes medical devices, digital signal processing applications and drug and vaccine development. He serves on the board of directors for several companies and organizations, including MedicAlgorithmics in Warsaw, a provider of a cardiac monitoring device currently in wide use in the U.S.; the International Virtual eHospital, a U.S.-based non-profit; the Islet Society; and the U.S. Neurobiology Society. Dr. Landes earned a BS in biochemistry from the University of Chicago, studied medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin and trained in surgery at the University of Minnesota.
The team of the Georgian Telemedicine Union (Association) is completed by the outstanding and experienced professionals those proposed and realized different research projects in the field of eHealth and telemedicine. Team members successfully implemented NATO Scientific Affairs Division's Networking Infrastructure Projects, BSEC tender. As a result of their activity first time in Georgia has been proposed and realized the medical information system. They created the network of telemedicine units, which has been effectively used for organization of tumor boards and eLearning cycles. The achievements of the team members have been published as the articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals.