About Us

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Hi there. You’ve just landed on an Irish company website with offices in Galway/Limerick/Dublin, Ireland and Lund, Sweden with real people and no Bots. Just our Clinic Consultants who want to help you achieve your best possible research and writing experience on your Degree, Masters and Doctoral journeys. Welcome! Just for the record, we are not a cheat service! We are a research, writing, and bespoke communications mentoring company established in 2007 with a focus on academic/ scholarly supervision/one-to-one mentoring and content creation. 

We believe in excellence, in helping you to attain the best possible grade – and we have achieved this with consistent honours grades awarded to our clients. We work across all academic disciplines with qualitative and quantitative expertise, providing academic mentoring, supervision for your research needs, thesis/project consulting solutions, proofreading, forensic editing and bespoke training. Check out the many genuine reviews from real people Testimonials on this site, our Face Book Page, Instagram @DissertationDoctor or on our Twitter @ThesisClinic written by clients who have availed of and believe in our service and have been kind enough to endorse us. 

What We Do: Diligence with your Dissertation
We work alongside you and mentor you so you can complete your thesis/dissertation/project/assignment by offering a range of treatments.

We offer personalised, one-to-one, comprehensive, confidential and friendly support throughout your research design, implementation, writing and review process. 

Our Clinic staff are excellent researchers and workshop presenters with the evaluative aptitude, critical knowledge, analytical proficiency and citation style expertise to get you through the process. Our Clinic staff are specialists in concepts that do not change; critical thinking, superior research design and development. Specifically, we engage in forensic editing of your manuscripts. 

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Our Consulting Staff

Dr. Rosie Delaney


Dr. Rosie Delaney holds a BSc in Microbiology, a PhD in Molecular Biology and a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Economics. Rosie spent a number of years lecturing in Clinical Pharmacology at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin and subsequently as a global scientific lecturer with a Cardiovascular Medical Device corporation. She has since spent over 20 years in the Pharmaceutical industry, operating at UK, EU and Global Director levels in Marketing, Market Access, Pricing and Drug Reimbursement, across a wide range of therapy areas. Rosie now operates as a strategic industry consultant and is responsible for science projects within the clinic.

Dr. Phil Noone


Dr Phil Noone holds an MSc in Mindfulness Based Interventions, a PhD in Sociology, a Diploma in Mindfulness and Positive Psychology and an MA in Health Promotion. She is a qualified Nurse/Midwife who has extensive experience working abroad in a variety of health and wellbeing settings. Dr. Noone is passionate about holistic health and well-being and currently delivers Mindfulness to staff as part of Mindful Way in NUIGalway to undergraduate nursing students and in a variety of community settings.In addition, Phil has lectured in the School of Nursing and Midwifery for 17 years, is an experienced researcher and has published extensively. Dr. Noone has recently set up her own business ‘Ocean Mindfulness’, delivers Mindfulness workshops at corporate level and is co-hosting a series of workshops on Writing and Mindfulness.

Susan Nic Cionnaidh


Susan Nic Cionnaidh is an editor and author. She is a first class honours graduate of the Higher Education And Training Awards Council, Ireland and has lectured in the IoT sector/ Susan was an Erasmus scholar and has published academically in Ireland and abroad. Her empirical work took her to both Europe and North America, where she co-wrote a book on indigenous peoples. She has two decades’ experience in human services and has written several chapters for our Mental Health for Millennials series. Susan is co-author of our new #Connectedness series. 



Cathy Fitzgibbon is a sales and marketing professional in the media industry for the past three decades. She is passionate about exploring contemporary culinary experiences and actively promotes the areas of food sustainably and food tourism through her food writing contributions and marketing activities under her alias ‘The Culinary Celt’, using an ethically based farm to fork ethos. She has also contributed to several Book Hub Publishing books and TheDocCheck.Com publications in addition to presenting academic research papers both nationally and internationally. Cathy consults with The Dissertation Doctors clinic and recently published her debut book, ‘Eat With The Seasons’.

Jennifer Ó Murchu


Jennifer O Murchu has worked for the past fourteen years in various Human Resource roles  most recently, has established her own HR & Governance Suite Consulting business. She is a highly strategic HR professional and is passionate about Culture and Talent Management. She was a contributing author to the recently published #Connectedness: Gen Z and Millennials and Mental Health For Millennials Vol 6 published by thedoccheck.com and reviews scripts in the area of HR, law, strategic governance and organisational psychology.  

John O' Madaidhin


John Madden is a mental health specialist, author and suicide awareness consultant. He has edited an early Volume in our Mental Health for Millennials book series, has contributed several guest chapters in subsequent Volumes and has consulted across a range of TheDocCheck.Com projects.

Áine Ní hEideáin


Áine Ní HEideáin is a Consulting Editor with a wealth of experience in the area of agriculture and business. She is an International academic paper reviewer and has published material with TheDocCheck.Com Anne’s debut book, was published in 2022 and her second book. ‘It’s A Wrap. Conversations on Plastic’ will be released in October 2023.

Anna Gray

Anna Gray is an author, qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist who has been working with clients on a one to one and group basis for a number of years. Anna is already working on her second book – a workbook – designed to provide self awareness and personal development exercises for anyone who feels the call to uncover more about who they truly are, what holds them back and how they can fearlessly step into their authentic selves. She is Northern Ireland Senior Reviewer for The Book Hub Publishing Group

Conor Mac Giolla Bhuí

About Me

Conor MacGiolla Bhuí is an honours graduate of the University of Galway, Ireland and a postgraduate at Lund University, Sweden. Conor maintains content across our platforms and has a specific brief with our international student clientele. He has published several chapters in books on a range of mental health themes. His first co-authored book titled ‘Threads of Trauma’is scheduled for release in Spring 2024.

Dr Niall MacGiolla Bhuí is the Clinic’s Founder and Senior Communications Consultant. A former Senior Lecturer and National External Examiner, he has written several books himself and co-authored books with colleagues around the world. Niall has lectured and presented workshops in Scandinavia, the UK, Ireland and from cost to coast Canada. He specialises in one to one mentoring of Dissertations and book manuscripts in the qualitative tradition and has a particular interest in working with CEOs, corporates and professional and elite amateur sports persons. He ghostwrites material for a range of clients here and abroad. Niall is the creator and co-series editor of #MentalHealthForMillennials volumes 1-7, is the creator and editor of the #Connectedness series and is creator and editor of the #CollegeStudiesSeries.

FAQs on Editing

What exactly is ‘editing?'

Editorial Assessment

An editorial assessment is a manuscript review that provides feedback on the structure of your document. The main purpose of an editorial assessment is to give you a sense of your document’s overall strengths and weaknesses, so you can pursue additional editing services if required.

Developmental Editing

Developmental editing takes a close look at the larger structures of your document: plot, characters, themes, and tone. A developmental editor ensures that these ‘big picture’ elements are strong before you move onto the minutiae of each line.

Copy Editing

Copy editing polishes your mechanics, sharpens your prose, and ensures consistency of style. This is the service you need if your story’s structure is solidly in place, but the text itself can be improved.


Proofreading is the final stage of the editing process: a thorough examination of your document that corrects minor errors in spelling, punctuation, and grammar. A proofreader does not feed back on your structure or other major editorial issues, but rather guarantees that your text goes to print (so to speak) without a single typo.
One of the most common questions we get asked from prospective clients is, 'Are you based in Ireland?' Happily, our Offices are just outside Athenry in County Galway, but we also meet clients face to face in Galway City, Limerick City, Cork City, Athlone and Dublin. Not the nameless individuals in some remote part of China, Pakistan or the UK that one tends to find with many Thesis & Project Assistance online sites, but real people with actual mobile phone numbers and email addresses who will answer your queries within 24 hours for sure and meet with you on a one-to-one basis.
We work with both third level students and SME businesses. Because our company is fundamentally a research and consulting/communications entity, we also work with businesses in helping them access funding and partner initiatives in areas they might not have considered or find difficult to access in addition to document content and ghostwriting services.

Yes, we actually expect you to and you should take caution at any service that claims to be of ‘editorial assistance’ yet prohibits communication with the writer whom you are paying. Here at the Clinic, such communication is a part of the project process. Without it, without getting as much information from you as possible, we won’t be able to fully utilise our talent to address your needs. You can always use support email to communicate with us. On our side we simply monitor the communication to match our standards and pass all the comments to you or your allocated Clinic staff member in a timely manner.

Well, you can actually meet with us in person! And, in our experience, this is usually the main concern for clients. We also have a rigorous quality system in place and we are personable. Our staff are nice people. We really try very hard to cultivate a long term relationship with our clients. We treat them as partners treat each other – simply because that’s what it really is for us, a partnership. We appreciate your trust and we want reciprocate by giving you the service you expect to get for the money you spend. All our communications remain confidential.

Our editors use the track changes feature in MS Word to clearly highlight the suggested improvements to the document. Comments are placed in the margins to provide further guidance and suggestions.
All Clinic editors sign confidentiality agreements when they join our consulting staff. The confidentiality of your research and our relationship with you is one of our highest priorities.
We offer three options for submitting a payment. When you submit your manuscript, you can pay using any major credit card through our secure payment partner, PayPal. Alternatively, you can make a wire transfer directly from your bank account to ours. Finally, you can pay in good old hard cash.
Yes, we automatically email you an invoice after we receive your payment.