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08 April 2019 Ciara O'Higgins successfully defends her PhD thesis Investigation into the Pathophysiology and the Objective Neurophysiological Measurement of Cancer-Related Fatigue in a Pre-Treatment Cancer Cohort
14 March 2019 Saskia Waechter successfully defends her PhD thesis Investigation of Objective Neurophysiological Measures of
Auditory Temporal Processing Abilities and Their Applicability in Cochlear Implant Rehabilitation
12 October 2017 Laura Taboada, Dorina Birsanu and Surbhi Hablani all awarded an MSc thesis in Bioengineering with Distincion. Three great theses from three great scientists.
10 October 2017 Brendan Quinlivan successfully defends his PhD thesis Probing the neural mechanisms of adult-onset isolated focal dystonia
25 August 2017 Laura Taboada, Dorina Birsanu and Surbhi Hablani all successfully submit their MSc thesis in Bioengineering.
27 June 2017 Anna Rice, Johnny McNulty and Vikram Sundararajan all awarded the degree of MAI in Biomedical Engineering. Three great thesis projects. Anna awarded an MAI with Distinction.
19 May 2017 Dr. Conor Fearon awarded The Harold Millar Prize for best overall presentation at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Irish Neurological Association for his presentation Electroencephalography Shows Subclinical Motor Preparation Deficits for Simple Motor Tasks in Parkinson’s Disease Patients with Freezing of Gait During Locomotion
17 February 2017 Alejandro Lopez Valdes successfully defends his PhD thesis Investigating the Applicability of Single-channel Electroencephalography in Cochlear Implant Patients
11 November 2016 Martin Holmes graduates with PhD for this thesis Acoustic Analysis of Inhaler Sounds for the objective assessment of inhaler adherence in Patients with chronic respiratory diseases
14 October 2016 Gavin Bennett, Owen Killian, Thomas McCartan, Fiachra Maguire, Elisabetta Melis and Stephen Sechler all awarded an MSc in Bioengineering. Elisabetta, Owen and Stephen with a specialisation in Neural Engineering.
13 October 2016 Conor Fearon successfully defends his PhD thesis "Quantitative Assessment of Perceptual, Motor and Cognitive Function in Parkinson’s Disease and Their Contribution to Freezing of Gait"
12 October 2016 Professor Tadashi Isa from the University of Kyoto visits the lab for a few days and give a lecture titled "The superior colliculus; local circuits, output systems, and blindsight"
11 October 2016 Professor Andreas Hierlemann from the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering, ETH Zurich visits the lab.
1 September 2016 Professor Yaniv Zigel arrives to spend a sabbatical year with the ReillyLab. Prof Zigel leads the Biomedical Signal Processing Research Lab at Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel.
9 September 2016 Clodagh O'Keeffe awarded an IRC PhD Schaolrship to study the use of posture measures as an endophenotype for early dysfunction and decline
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.