• Research

      Ellevyn was employed as a Research Assistant in 2014 by Leinster Rugby and TCD to investigate the clinical and MRI presentation of the hips of elite level academy Rugby Union players. The study was voted Best Parallel Session at the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine Annual Conference 2014 and is currently published in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport.

       

      Ellevyn's thesis from her MSc in Sports Physiotherapy titled "Clinically-Oriented Assessments of Hamstring Muscle Strength are Reliable" has been accepted to the Internal Olympic Committee World Conference on Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport. Ellevyn will fly to Monaco in March 2020 to present her thesis at the conference.