Ms Louise LynchResearch Assistant, IDS-TILDA Qualifications: BA BAI (Maths and Engineering) Trinity College Dublin, MSc (Food, Health and Nutrition) University College Dublin, Qualified Personal Trainer (NUI Limerick) and Fitness Instructor Research interests: Health, exercise, aging and intellectual disability
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Worked as a Lithography Process Engineer for Intel and Hewlett-Packard in California, USA before moving into Account Management in the UK. Worked as a Fitness Instructor, Field Researcher for UCD and ‘Fit for Life Consultant’ for the Irish Heart Foundation. Joined IDS-TILDA in August 2018 as a Research Assistant on the P-PALs project. Moved to The IDS-TILDA Health Fair(HF) in April 2019 as the HF Project Manager. Commenced a PhD in September 2019 under the supervision of Ussher Assistant Professor Eilish Burke, Professor Mary McCarron and Professor Phillip McCallion.Publications
O'Donovan, M.A., McCallion, P., McCarron, M., Lynch, L., Mannan, H. and Byrne, E. A narrative synthesis scoping review of life course domains within health service utilisation frameworks. HRB Open Research, 2019.
Lynch, L., McCarron, M., McCallion, P. and Burke, E. Sedentary behaviour levels in adults with an intellectual disability: a systematic review protocol. HRB Open Research, 2020
Lynch, L., McCarron, M., McCallion, P. and Burke, E. Sedentary behaviour levels in adults with an intellectual disability: a systematic review and meta-analysis. HRB Open Research, 4, p.69, 2021