Dr. Mullane earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of South Carolina Beaufort and a doctoral degree at Alliant International University/California School of Professional Psychology. She completed internship training in neuropsychology at VA Maryland Health Care System and University of Maryland, and fellowship training in neuropsychology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Neurology Institute.
“I have always been fascinated with the brain and psychology,” said Dr. Mullane. “Our brain is such a remarkable and complex system that at its core is the same in every human being; yet, we all turn out to be so uniquely different. I was, and still am, driven by my curiosity to understand how the brain and behavior work, which led me to a career in neuropsychology.”
Dr. Mullane came to Samaritan to be part of clinical work, research and mentoring of medical students.
“I was looking for a Neuropsychologist position within a larger hospital setting that would allow me to work with integrated care teams,” she said. “I’m excited to collaborate with my colleagues.”
In her free time, Dr. Mullane enjoys hiking with her husband and dogs, running , trying local cuisine, going to museums and enjoying the symphony.
For more information, call Samaritan Neuropsychology – Albany at 541-812-5760.
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