Khatia Antia

Khatia Antia is a scientist/researcher at the Department of Prevention and Evaluation at BIPS since February 2024. She contributes to project CHANGE, led by Professor Daniela Fuhr. This project aims to develop and implement a brief psychological intervention among conflict-affected populations in Uganda and Ukraine.


- - Doctorate in Global Health. Heidelberg Institute of Global Health (HIGH), Heidelberg University - 2024
- PgCert Postgraduate Certificate in International Community Health: Accessibility, Equity and Human Rights. University of Oslo. 2018
- MHA Masters in Healthcare Management: University of Georgia. 2016
- PgCert Public Health: University of Chester. 2016
- MD Academic Degree of a Medical Doctor: Tbilisi State Medical University. 2013

Khatia has a particular interest in migration and health, health inequities and mental health.During her doctoral studies at Heidelberg, she focused on the mental health impacts of labour migration on left-behind children in Eastern Europe. Khatia is a member of LANCET Migration European Hub, and at HIGH, she contributed to international projects enhancing global health education and research on migration and health.

- Migration and Mental Health
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health
- Capacity building in Global Health
- Health Inequities

  • Donald J. Cohen Fellowship
    The International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP) (2022)
  • Research Grants – Doctoral Programmes in Germany
    DAAD - Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (2019)
  • Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility - Best Fellow 2019
    The European Union - project Fellowship (2019)

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