Maite Ferrin MD, PhD
Dr Maite Ferrin obtained her medical degree at the University of Navarra, Spain, before completing her MSc (Child and Adolescent Mental Health) and PhD (Neuroscience) research at King’s College London and the University of Granada respectively.
Dr Ferrin has been a full-time Consultant Psychiatrist since 2006, specialising in child and adolescent psychiatry and with a special interest in neurodevelopmental conditions.
She has lead psychoeducation projects for patients with ADHD and ASC, their families and their teachers in both Spain and London. She has sat on the European ADHD Guidelines Group (EAGG, Eunethydis) and is part of the Steering Committee for the ADHD Continuum European project since 2010.
Dr Ferrin is also active in research, with more than 40 international peer-reviewed publications and book chapters on ADHD, ASD and Early Onset Psychosis to her name. She is a peer reviewer for several international child and adolescent psychiatry journals, Deputy Editor of the IACAPAP Bulletin, and Vice President of IACAPAP.