Nino Isakadze

Cross Disciplinary Project Lead at Johns Hopkins

Nino Isakadze graduated from David Tvildiani Medical University, Tbilisi, Georgia and then moved to Atlanta, Georgia as she was accepted to join residency program at Emory University Hospital. During her time at Emory, Nino conducted clinical research to validate a smartwatch algorithm to detect atrial fibrillation. She also achieved distinction in teaching and leadership and innovation while a medical resident. 

Nino subsequently joined Johns Hopkins cardiology fellowship. During her fellowship she obtained masters degree in clinical investigation at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also served as an American Heart Association Health Technology and Innovation Strategically Focused Research Network fellow. Currently Nino is a cardiac electrophysiology fellow at Johns Hopkins. She continues to work closely with national societies including the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology to integrate innovative approaches in management of patients with most common cardiac arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation. Nino has presented her research work at a number of national and international meetings and published her findings in peer-reviewed papers.

Nino currently leads a cross disciplinary project where she is building and testing multi-component virtual atrial fibrillation management program on the Corrie Health platform along with Johns Hopkins Sleep Center, Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center and Johns Hopkins Electrophysiology department. She is collaborating with industry leaders including Apple, AliveCor and Itamar to allow implementation of the program at scale.