Faculty Profile

Mina Attin, PhD, RN

Assistant Professor
Mina Attin

Mina Attin joined the University of Rochester School of Nursing faculty in 2015 after serving as assistant professor at San Diego State University. She has experience in both clinical and experimental research in the field of cardiac electrophysiology. Her areas of research interest include the mechanism of cardiac arrhythmias specifically among women.

She received pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellowship support from the National Institute of Nursing Research and her dissertation was focused on the role of calcium transients in determining the defibrillation's outcome using optical mapping techniques in rabbit hearts.

She served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Illinois at Chicago and earned her Master of Science and PhD at UCLA. She obtained her undergraduate degree from California State University, Los Angeles.

Attin has received a number of scholarship and research awards, including a pilot award from the University's Goergen Institute for Data Science and the School of Nursing's Promising New Investigator Award.

See Mina Attin's curriculum vitae.