In 2012 I completed a BSc in Sports Science and Health in Dublin City University where I consistently attained first class honours and the highest grade on the programme every year. On graduating, I recieved the School of Health and Human Performance academic achievement award. In 2013 I completed an MSc in Sports Biomechanics in Liverpool John Moore's University where I graduated with a Distinction. I am currently based in the Sports Surgery Clinic completing a PhD in the area of Athletic Groin Pain, through Insight Centre for Data Analytics in Dublin City University. My primary research interests are the investigation of biomechanical factors related to injury and the identification of performance determining factors in athletic tasks. Through my position in the Sports Surgery Clinic, I have personally accumulated approximately 500 hours of data capture experience from assessing and analysising over 400 patients. I have extensive training in biomechanical and statistical methods and I am passionate about research. On an extracurricular level I am involved in coaching and I compete in athletics.
Insight Researchers: Kieran Moran, Shane GoreNon-Insight Researchers: Andrew Franklyn-Miller , Chris Richter , Eanna Falvey , Enda KingOrganising Body: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Event: 35th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, Venue: German Sport University CologneDate: 14/06/2017Event Type: ConferencePresentation Type: Oral Presentation