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A good start to the year

The research team on the Tallaght campus of TUDublin had an excellent start to the year with 6 publications in the space of 6 weeks. Well done to all involved.

New Student Joins Lab

I am delighted to announce that a new student, Liam McDermot is joining the lab. Liam is undertaking a research masters on the 'How opposition quality influences the technical performance of lower ranked Gaelic football teams'

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Paper Published in Nutrients

Well done to John Keane on his first publication.

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PhD Success

It has been a good start to the summer with 2 excellent students receiving their PhD. Well done 

Dr Shane Mangan @Shane_Mangan

Dr Luke O'Brien @lukeobrien896

Ready to Get Published

Paper Published in Sport Performance & Science Reports

The Work-Rate of Substitutes in Elite Gaelic Football Match-Play

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New Student Joins Lab

I am delighted to announce the Gordon Stirling from Ulster Rugby will be joining the lab. Gordon will be undertaking work on 'An examination of the acceleration demands of elite rugby union'


Microsoft, STAT Sports, TU Dublin and the Community

Microsoft, Stat Sports and TU Dublin have joined forces to provide a real world example of how science, technology and sport collide. The community projects aims to bring science and technology into the community to demonstrate the accessibility of STEM and to promote STEM as a future career opportunity.

Ready to Get Published

Paper Published in Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science In Sports

Association between eccentric knee flexor strength and hamstring injury risk in 185 elite Gaelic football players

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