Siobhán Kelleher

Siobhán Kelleher
2016/17

During BioInnovate, Siobhán partnered with Sinéad Hughes to develop a clinical need in foetal monitoring. The resultant project which secured SFI TIDA funding in 2017, will be further developed in partnership with the translational Medical Device Department in NUIG, the national INFANT centre and the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA. Siobhán is currently a lecturer in The Master of Engineering (ME) programme in Biomedical Engineering (NUIG) which uses the BioDesign process to develop advanced technical knowledge and skills with real-world implementation of these in terms of innovation, clinical adoption and commercialisation. Both Siobhan and her BioInnovate partner Sinead have recently been awarded an Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund grant to continue their innovative technology development in the female health space.

Our Location

Situated on the prestigious campus of National University of Ireland Galway within the medieval city of Galway, European Capital of Culture in 2020, with equal easy access to the wilderness of Connemara in the west and the European mainland in the east, BioInnovate boasts a superb location.

Our affiliation with Stanford BioDesign has helped us to become one of the world’s leading innovation hubs with an immense debt of gratitude owed to Enterprise Ireland for both their financial and professional support in helping BioInnovate grow.

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National University of Ireland Galway,
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