Shane holds a BSc honours degree in Production Management from the University of Limerick. Shane is currently working on optimising the surgical procedures involved in resolving severe congenital heart defects.
Development of benchtop rigs to replicate the cardiac system
Awards and Honours
UL40 Research Scholarship
Presidents Volunteer Award
Assembly Engineer, Analog Devices
R&D Engineer, Analog Devices
Researcher, Ideas Biotech Ltd
Researcher, Centre for Applied Biomedical Engineering Research (CABER)
Research Assistant, Class Medical
Helen O’Grady (BEng, MEng Sc, MSc) has a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) and Masters of Engineering Science through Research (MEngSc) in Biomedical Engineering from National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG). Her Masters’ Thesis involved rupture risk estimation of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (AAAs) using 3-dimensional aneurysm models reconstructed from patient CT scans and Finite Element (FE) Analysis. Helen also holds a First Class Honours Masters in Medical Physics (MSc) from NUIG. Her Master Thesis involved investigation of the Interference to External Medical Devices during Radiation Therapy Treatment.
Helen is currently completing her PhD investigating the Haemodynamics of Structural and Functional Classifications of Heart Failure (HF) and HF Treatment Strategies.