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Nino Isakadze, MD

Nino Isakadze, MD

Dr. Nino Isakadze is a fourth-year cardiology fellow with research interests at the intersection of digital health and atrial fibrillation. In collaboration with the American Heart Association and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity, Dr. Isakadze incorporated Human Centered Design methodology to develop mobile application for management of atrial fibrillation in a way that will meet the needs of diverse groups of patients and clinicians. Dr. Isakadze currently plans to conduct a pilot randomized clinical trial to evaluate clinical outcomes with the use of atrial fibrillation application. She received a Master of Health Science Degree in Graduate Training in Clinical Investigation at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health during her third year of fellowship. She was also selected to be the American Heart Association Health Technology and Information Scientifically Focused Research Network fellow. Dr. Isakadze received The Michael Mirowski and Semyon and Janna Friedman Friedman Fellowship awards given to fellows with the greatest potential for academic success.

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