Nodar Kipshidze is a Senior Research Analyst based in New York City, USA.
With a specialized focus on mathematical and dynamic modeling of outbreaks, Mr. Kipshidze’s research involves parameter estimation, analyzing the potential for disease resurgence or persistence, and evaluating the impact of varied vaccine policies and non-pharmaceutical interventions. His expertise extends across a broad spectrum of viral pathogens, including respiratory diseases, vector-borne diseases, sexually transmitted infections, and emerging infectious diseases. Mr. Kipshidze is also dedicated to examining the impact of vaccine inequities on marginalized communities and low-resource countries. Additionally, he is keenly interested in developing innovative trial and study designs for vaccine efficacy and/or effectiveness research.
Prior to joining the One Health Trust, Mr. Kipshidze garnered considerable experience from his decade-long tenure in the biomedical industry, spearheading multiple global pharmaceutical and medical device clinical trials in various leadership capacities.
Mr. Kipshidze completed his Master of Science in Epidemiology from Columbia University, a Master of Public Health in Global Health from New York University, and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Franklin & Marshall College.