Aoife Murray is a medical doctor with four years of clinical experience, with a special interest in Geriatrics and Stroke Medicine. Following graduation from medical school in National University Galway in 2015, she completed her internship training in Galway, and continued her training in the Medical Basic Specialist Training Scheme. She has gained experience in multiple medical specialities including Cardiology, Stroke Medicine and Geriatrics in both a tertiary hospital and peripheral hospital setting. Following this, she completed a year of geriatrics and stroke medicine as a medical registrar in University Hospital Galway. Aoife is passionate about the rights and ethical dilemmas in the care of elderly. With this in mind, Aoife is completing a Master’s in Healthcare Ethics and Law. She has also published on current practices and policies surrounding elderly patients, modified diets, and policies in hospitals. In conjunction with her clinical training, Aoife has continuously participated in research and audits in both clinical and laboratory-based areas. She completed a research internship examining the relationship of the microbiome and autoimmune diseases including autoimmune myocarditis at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester. She has presented this research both nationally and internationally. It was her laboratory research experience in the Department of Immunology in the Mayo Clinic Rochester that sparked her interest in problem-solving and exploring medicine outside of the clinical setting. Through the Bioinnovate fellowship, Aoife is looking forward to combining her clinical experience, research knowledge, and her passion for problem solving, to develop solutions that improve patient outcomes. In her free time, Aoife enjoys running, ocean swimming, and listening to podcasts.