Tata Asatiani MD.

Tata Asatiani MD.

Narcologist, Psychiatrist

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Working Place

Drug addiction treatment clinic Libertas

Vazha Pshavela Ave. 83/11, 0186, Tbilisi

+995 599 56 32 96; 0 32 2 051 959

info@libertasi.ge

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Working Hours:
Mon.-Fri. – 10:00 – 17:00

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Specialty

Narcology

Scientific Rank

PH.D. of TSSU

Professional interests

Narcology

Professional Skills

Health Care 100%
Patient Relationship 100%
Professional Development 100%

Personal Information

Tata Asatiani

Date of birth: 27.09.1976

Specialty: Narcologist, Psychiatrist

Scientific Rank: PH.D. of TSSU

Place of work/position:

  • Drug addiction treatment clinic Libertas Founder, Clinical Director

Field of activity: Narcology, Psychiatry.

Medical experience: since 2000

  • Since 2021 till now – Drug addiction treatment clinic Libertas Founder, Clinical Director.
  • Since 2020 till now – Grigol Robakidze University, invited lecturer.
  • 2015-2021 – Narcology clinic of “Neogen”, doctor-narcologist.
  • 2012-2015 – “Mental Health and Drug Addiction Prevention Center”, inpatient department, doctor-narcologist.
  • 2008-2011 – methadone replacement therapy program of the National Center for Disease Control, N2 department, doctor-narcologist.
  • 2007-2015 – Voluntary Testing and Counseling Center (funded by the Global Fund), consultant.
  • 2003-2012 – Institute of Narcology, clinical department, doctor-narcologist.
  • 2000-2003 – Institute of Narcology, clinical department, junior doctor.
  • From 2003 participated in various local and international scientific conferences and congresses.

Scientific works and articles:

  • Author of 4 scientific articles

Current scientific research interests:

  • Clinical-diagnostic indicators of users of homemade psychostimulants of the ephedrone type and improvement of their treatment with the drug Thiogama.

Georgian – Native
Russian – Fluent
English – Fluent