Louise Drudy

Aisling Lacey

Postgraduate (PhD) Student

Personal Sensing

Aisling is a PhD student working within Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics and DCU’s School of Health and Human Performance. As a Certified Athletic Therapist, she is passionate about human movement, and musculoskeletal injury and rehabilitation. Her research is focused around using motion analysis and sensor technology to understand the biomechanics of running-related injuries. Aisling is a member of the DCU Running Injury Surveillance Centre (RISC) team, a study which aims to investigate the causes of running-related injuries among recreational runners. Aisling is a graduate of DCU, qualifying from the 2020 class of Athletic Therapy and Training.