Professor Moire O’Brien

Professor Moira O’Brien (Emeritus Professor of Anatomy,
Trinity College Dublin)FRCPI, FFSEM, FFSEM (Hon UK), FTCD, FECSS, MA.

Prof Moira O’Brien is currently an Osteoporosis and Sports Medicine Consultant at Affidea   Dundrum, Past Member of the board of the Federation International Medicine Sportive (FIMS), Founder and President of the Irish Osteoporosis Society and, Member of the European Union Osteoporosis Interest Group on Osteoporosis. She has been involved in Sports Medicine for over 40 years. A founding Fellow of RCPI/RCSI Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine, she was the Medical Officer to the Irish Olympic team at the Moscow, Los Angeles and the Seoul Olympic games. She was
the Medical Director of the first Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine in Great Britain and Ireland based at Trinity College, Dublin in 1990 to 2005, and since then an Honorary Medical Director. She is the author of numerous publications, books and articles on Osteoporosis and Sports Medicine and an invited keynote speaker at International Conferences worldwide. Prof O’Brien was awarded the Sir Roger Bannister Medal by BASEM in 2015 and the Faculty Medal by Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) in 2016, to recognize her outstanding contribution to the field of Sports and Exercise Medicine.