We are an Award nominated Company and Category Finalist (2015) working with Postgraduate Candidates and the Business Sector. Writers, editors & mentors at Thesis Clinic provide the opportunity to content write, forensically edit, and/or proofread a variety of publications/communications — freelance for you as an undergraduate or postgraduate student or, indeed, your business organization. Our editors can also show you how to self-edit by choosing extracts of your writing and highlighting areas that require attention. As Communications Specialists, we have significant project management experience and are able to research, extrapolate, translate, and condense technical jargon into compelling, clear, concise, conceptual copy. The team of nine consulting staff has a broad range of disciplines and directives in the production of print and online communications. Additionally, we have teacher/trainer/lecturer/facilitator experience, including curriculum development and instructional design up to Doctoral & Post Doctoral level. We also have considerable experience in grant applications and business plan development for the SME sector.
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.
Jennifer Murphy has worked for the past thirteen years in various Human Resource roles in Retail, Manufacturing and, most recently, the Hospitality sector. 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 published by doccheck.com and reviews scripts in the area of HR, law, strategic governance and organisational psychology.
Cathy holds a 1:1 Masters Degree in Marketing and is contributing several chapters in our #MentalHealth4Millennials volume series and other publications for the Group. Cathy is passionate about exploring contemporary culinary experiences. She promotes the areas of food sustainability and food tourism through blogs, articles and writing contributions to various publications.
Renée Sigel is European Consulting Editor with a wealth of experience as an independent editor and publisher. As a mentor and educator, she has lead and designed language and writing courses, while occasionally taking on individual masterclass students looking to prepare manuscripts for publication. She has a wide range of experience across multi-disciplines, having collaborated with both academic and corporate clients and international institutions. With training and experience in journalism and media production, as well as published poet, she brings an understanding of the challenges from both sides of the writing and publishing world. She most recently co-edited Going Home to Wyoming, the forthcoming Selected Poems collection by distinguished poet, John Ennis and her latest book, 'Falling Slowly' will be published in Autumn 2020.
Susan Nic Cionnaidh is Clinic Director and is a first class honours graduate of the Higher Education And Training Awards Council, Ireland. She has lectured in the IoT sector in the areas of social care practice and theory, communications and health 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 writes and edits in the areas of children, childhood and families.
John O' Mhaidain holds a Masters Degree in social care and has specialised in mental health, suicide awareness and social and community issues. He has presented workshops and training seminars nationally. John works with us across our subsidiary companies in training, social media management, research and content writing. He is scheduled to contribute a chapter to each of our seven #MentalHealth4Millennials volumes with Book Hub Publishing in addition to editing volume 2 in our series which was published in October 2018.
Meghann Ni Scolai is a graduate of the Masters in Journalism programme at the National University of Ireland at Galway. She writes wellness blogs for the Hub Clinic on a range of mental heath topics. Meghann is a broadcaster and journalist and her debut book, 'Broken Love: My Journey Through Loss & Grief' was released in 2018 and has gone into seven reprints. Her second book, 'Little Pocket of Love' was published in 2020. She is contributing a chapter in each of our seven #MentalHealth4Millennials volumes with The Book Hub Publishing Group and is Podcast Coordinator with the Group.
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.
Dr Niall MacGiolla Bhuí is the Clinic's Senior Communications Consultant. A former Senior Lecturer and External Examiner, he has written four books himself and co-authored another eight 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 Theses 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 and of the creator and editor of the #Connectedness series.
Sinéad O' Máille is a millennial and Brand Ambassador for the Thesis Clinic. She holds qualifications in social care and has most recently completed a postgraduate diploma in marketing. Sinéad is returning to University in September to pursue a postgraduate diploma in HR. She has industry experience in retail and marketing and development.