Current Work

Ronan acts as the main support for the Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health located at Trinity College Dublin. He provides support to Fellows as they prepare to join the Atlantic Fellowship and transition to Ireland and right through their year long learning experience.

Personal Hero

David Attenborough

Words of Strength

An eye for detail


Ronan believes education and equity are two of the most fulfilling and noble undertakings to promote. At GBHI he is able to better himself and help others better the world.


For most of his professional life Ronan worked in media, mainly researching and producing shows that promoted the arts, culture, science, and social issues.


Knowing that I am helping the Fellows for Equity in Brain Health in their journey to create a fairer and more equitable world where brain health is celebrated and protected.

Education & Experience

After securing a Bachelor’s Degree with honors in History and Philosophy from University College Dublin, Ronan completed a Master's of Arts in the History of International Relations, securing a First. In February 2020 he became a member of the GBHI operations team.

History of International Relations
Master of Arts
University College Dublin
History, Philosophy
Bachelor’s Degree (honors)