Clinical Engineering Department,
Naas General Hospital,
In 2009, Brian graduated from DIT Kevin Street from the BEng (Hons) in Electrical/Electronic Engineering with a 1st Class Honours. In 2012, Brian enrolled as a part-time student on the MSc in Bioengineering in Trinity College Dublin, with research interests focusing around electrophysiological signal analysis.His primary area of research was into the analysis and use of behavioural actions and electroencephalograph (EEG) signals recorded from stroke patients in relation to attention disorders associated with unilateral spatial neglect. In 2014, Brian graduated from the MSc with a first class Distinction.
Brian has a keen interest in professional development and is current Secretary of the BEAI, National Secretary of the Clinical Engineering Professional Vocational Group (CEPVG), an Executive member of the Biomedical Engineering Division of Engineers Ireland and an Independent Expert with ETCI TC10. He is also the National representative for Clinical Engineers on the Health & Social Care Professionals (HSCP) Advisory Group.