Research Focus

 

Focus

The focus of the lab is on clinical neural engineering based on signal processing of neuroimaging and physiological data for specific clinical problems.

 

Objectives

  1. Harvest information from signals acquired from excitable tissue
  2. Development of quantitative methods to understand neurological function.
  3. Development of new analytical, neurophysiological and neuroimaging methods which allow outcomes of interventions to be more accurately predicted.
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Collaborations

Our research is in collaboration with clinical colleagues in neurology,  neurophysiology, psychiatry, otolaryngology,  gerontology and respiratory medicine.

The Reilly Lab is a constituent laboratory of the Trinity Centre of Bioengineering and the Trinity Institute of Neuroscience at Trinity College, The University of Dublin.

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most recent publications


J. Aerosol Med Pulm Drug Deliv
New publication "Monitoring Inhaler Inhalations Using an Acoustic Sensor Proximal to Inhaler Devices" Read More


 BMJ Open
New Publication“A protocol for a randomised clinical trial of the effect of providing feedback on inhaler technique and adherence from an electronic device in poorly controlled severe asthma patients” Read More


IETHealthcare Technology Letters
New Publication "Predicting asthma exacerbations employing remotely monitored adherence”   Read More


European Journal of Neuroscience
New Publication“Electrophysiological and Behavioural Measures of Motor Learning on a Trial by Trial Basis: implications for probing learning in neurological conditions”    Read More

MOST RECENT NEWS


8 July 2016 Clodagh O'Keeffe awarded an MSc in Neuroscience with distinction with her thesis “An investigation of postural sway in developmental disabilities: Using neuroimaging to understand the underlying neurobiology of movement disorders in neurodevelopmental disorders”


4 July 2016 Visiting researchers Helena Lacalle Muls and Teresa Buxo Hernando from the Universitat de Barcelona achieve top grades for their theses "Objective measurement of inhaler inhalation flow profile using acoustic methods" and "Investigation of head and eye movements in cervical dystonia"


15 June 2016 IBM Faculty Award to the Lab to develop predicitve models of speech preception in Cochlear Implant users.

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14 June 2016 Ella Baird, Cathy Lau and Andrew Creagh all awarded the degree of MAI in Biomedical Engineering. Three great thesis projects. Andrew awarded an MAI with Distinction.


11 June 2016 Lab inputs to the Dystonia Conference Meet the Experts held in Dublin, June 2016. Provided an excellent opportunity to explain our research and demonstrate our experiments to members of Dystonia Ireland.


07 June 2016 Dorina Birsanu awarded a BSc in Human Health and Disease with honours and joins the Lab as a Research Assistant.


February 2016 Martin Holmes successfully defends his PhD thesis Acoustic Analysis of Inhaler Sounds for the objective assessment of inhaler adherence in Patients with chronic respiratory diseases.


 

Clinical collaboration in Dublin

-       Dublin Neurological Institute, Mater Misericordiae Hospital

-       St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dept of Neurology

-       St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dept of Neurophysiology

-       Tallaght Hospital, Department of Neurology, Dept of Neurophysiology

-       St James’s Hospital, Medicine for the Elderly

-       Beaumont Hospital, Cochlear Implant Unit, Dept of Neurophysiology

-       Beaumont Hospital, Dept of Respiratory Medicine

-       Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services