Ambassador Kelly greeted the newest fellows for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency-sponsored Georgia Biosciences Fellowship Program (November 14)

A group Photo of Ambassador Kelly with Program Participants. Photo: State Dept
A group Photo of Ambassador Kelly with Program Participants. Photo: State Dept
A group Photo of Ambassador Kelly with Program Participants. Photo: State Dept

Ambassador Kelly greeted the newest fellows for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency-sponsored Georgia Biosciences Fellowship Program (November 14)

On November 14, Ambassador Kelly greeted the newest fellows for the Defense Threat Reduction Agency-sponsored Georgia Biosciences Fellowship Program.  Natia Kartskhia, from the National Food Agency; Ana Kapanadze, from the Laboratory of the Ministry of Agriculture; and Giorgi Chakhunashvili, from the National Center for Disease Control were selected to participate in this competitive program.  These three highly qualified individuals will spend several months in the U.S. learning alongside top scientists and researchers, and upon their return they will help their respective agencies continue to develop their capacity in infectious disease prevention, diagnostics, research and surveillance in Georgia.