Maura Mitrushina is a professor at California State University Northridge. A respected researcher and academic professional, Mitrushina has contributed to numerous publications that focus on Behavioral Neuroscience and Neuropsychology.
Professor & Published Researcher of Neuropsychology
Maura Mitrushina is widely respected and recognized for her research, which focuses on Clinical and Physiological Neuropsychology. Diving deep to uncover psychological and physiological concepts, Mitrushina has focused the bulk of her career on making her research and findings accessible to others. While this is largely accomplished through her publications and presentations, she also informs the public more directly in academic settings.
As a professor at California State University Northridge College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Maura Mitrushina currently instructs courses revolving around Abnormal Psychology and Advanced Inquiry in Behavioral Neuroscience. Mitrushina is also known for instructing courses in Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Additionally, the esteemed educator is an Associate Clinical Professor at University of California (UCLA) School of Medicine.
Education & Training
An academic through and through, Maura Mitrushina thrives in an educational setting. She maintains the following degrees:
- Master of Science from Leningrad Conservatory (1973)
- Master of Science from Leningrad University (1977)
- Ph.D. from the State University of New York (1985)
Memberships & Affiliations
Maura Mitrushina is widely respected and recognized for her research, which largely focuses on Clinical and Physiological Neuropsychology. She proudly maintains professional memberships and affiliations within some of the most prestigious organizations in the academic and professional aspects of the psychology field. Mitrushina currently serves as a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology on the American Board of Professional Psychology. She is also affiliated with the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN).