Meet the leadership team

Seamus Small: Chief Executive Officer

Seamus Small

Co-founder, Chief Executive Officer
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Seamus Small: Chief Executive Officer

Seamus Small, Co-founder, CEO

Seamus Small is Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Kinesis Health Technologies.

Prior to co-founding Kinesis in 2013, Seamus spent over 6 years leading the TRIL centre, a €22 million research programme. At TRIL Seamus had full management responsibility for all operations within the TRIL Centre, including research, IT, engineering, clinical, finance, legal, HR and communications.

Seamus managed the startup phase of Ireland’s national research centre on Connected Health, the Applied Research for Connected Health (ARCH) Centre from 2013 to 2014.

Seamus previously spent 8 years working for Intel as a Senior Project Manager and has extensive experience in managing software, infrastructure and business projects within Intel, as well as managing a team of technical consultants. Prior to joining UCD and TRIL Seamus worked briefly as a Program Manager for an industry leading online gaming company.

Seamus is a BSc Hons Computing Science graduate from the University of Ulster as well as an MBA graduate from Dublin City University.

Barry Greene: Chief Technology Officer

Barry Greene

Co-founder, Chief Technology Officer
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Barry Greene: Chief Technology Officer

Barry Greene, Co-founder, CTO

Barry Greene is Chief Technology officer and co-founder of Kinesis Health Technologies.
At Kinesis, he is responsible for technical direction, research and development and regulatory affairs.

He has significant expertise in healthcare technology, in particular the application of biomedical signal processing, machine learning and statistics.

Prior to founding Kinesis in 2013, Barry spent 5 years at Intel, where he held a number of senior research and engineering positions, focused on data analysis, machine learning and signal processing.

He has worked as a senior research fellow in University College Dublin, and as a postdoctoral fellow in University College Cork.

Barry received the BE (Electronic) and PhD degrees from University College Dublin in 2003 and 2007 respectively. His doctoral thesis was entitled 'Quantification and Classification of Electrophysiological markers of seizure in the neonate'.

Dr. Greene has authored or co-authored 31 internationally peer reviewed journal papers, 42 international conference papers and holds 8 US patents. He is a senior member of the IEEE and enjoys referring to himself in the third person.

Dan Maher: Non-Executive Director

Dan Maher

Non-Executive Director
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Dan Maher: Non-Executive Director

Dan Maher

Dan Maher is a non-executive director and advisor at Kinesis Health Technologies.

Dan is the founder of innovation management company Nua Venture. Dan has held multiple CEO, R&D, Operations & Marketing roles across a wide range of medical and information technology companies including Hemanua (Ireland), Hemacon (Düsseldorf & Bangalore), Biomedical Research Limited (Ireland), Medinet (New York), Siemens (Munich), and Digital Equipment Corporation (Boston & France).

He holds two patents in neuromuscular stimulation. In addition, as former Head of Technology Strategy at ACT Venture Capital, he has been a board member in a wide range of early-stage technology companies including AEP Networks Ltd. (Chairman), Cappella Inc. (Vice-Chair), Amphion Ltd (Director), Heartsine Inc. (Director) and Innovada Ltd. (Chairman). Dan holds an M.Eng.Sc in Electronic Engineering from University College Dublin and an MBA from INSEAD in France.

Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Brian Caulfield: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Brian Caulfield

Member of the Scientific Advisory board

Brian Caulfield: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Brian Caulfield

Professor Brian Caulfield leads University College Dublin’s Connected Health Programme. He is the Lead Investigator in Ireland’s industry led Connected Health Technology Centre, (ARCH) and is a Director of Ireland’s largest research centre, the INSIGHT centre for Data Analytics (www.insight-centre.org), where he leads the Connected Health research programme. A physiotherapist by training, Brian is also Dean of Physiotherapy at UCD.

Brian is a champion for a Connected Health ecosystem in Ireland and has forged strong relationships with key clinicians, industry leaders, policy makers and research groups to drive advances in the field. Previously, he was a PI in the CLARITY Centre for Sensor Web Technologies (www.clarity-centre.org) and Director of the TRIL Centre, a research centre focused on technologies for independent living, which was funded by GE and Intel. As well as these companies, he has worked with a range of multinational and start-up companies such as BioMedical Research Ltd, Fujitsu Laboratories, and Shimmer to deliver innovative technology enabled solutions for areas such as rehabilitation medicine, COPD, and gerontology. His research has led to significant commercial opportunities in terms of exploitation of intellectual property by industry partners and spin out activity.

Prof. Charlene Quinn: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Charlene Quinn

Member of the Scientific Advisory board

Charlene Quinn: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Charlene C. Quinn

Professor Charlene C. Quinn is Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health in the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Prof. Dermot Power: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Dermot Power

Member of the Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Dermot Power: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Dermot Power

Prof. Dermot Power is Professor of Geriatric Medicine and Consultant Geriatrician at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin, Ireland.

Prof. Power graduated in 1991 from University College Dublin and trained at Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin (MMUH), ultimately specialising in Geriatric Medicine. Subsequently Prof. Power trained at the John Radcliffe Hospital and Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford and he was awarded his MD from University College Dublin in 2002. His special interests include dementia, health service planning and medical ethics. He is a former board member of the HSE and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland.

Prof. Stephen Redmond: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Stephen Redmond

Member of the Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Stephen Redmond: member of Scientific Advisory board

Prof. Stephen Redmond

Prof. Stephen Redmond is Associate Professor at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at University College Dublin (UCD) and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering at The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia.

He completed his Bachelor of (Electronic) Engineering at University College Dublin, Ireland, in 2002. He also completed his PhD in biosignal processing at the same institute, in 2006. His primary research interests revolve around the application of signal processing and pattern recognition techniques to solve or understand biomedical engineering problems, particularly in the areas of wearable sensor for fall detection and prevention, telehealth for chronic disease management, and tactile physiology and sensing. He has co-authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles across these various fields of research. He spent 10 years at UNSW before returning to UCD in 2018 to lead a Science Foundation Ireland President of Ireland Future Research Leaders program on the topic of tactile sensing.