Kellie Morrissey is a Lecturer in Design for Health and Wellbeing at UL’s School of Design. Her academic background is in Applied Psychology, and she received her PhD from University College Cork where her work focused on designing technologies for social connection in under-resourced dementia care centres in Ireland. She was a postdoc and a Research Fellowship at Newcastle University’s Open Lab (2016-2019). She has received €1 million+ in funding as PI and Co-I in her career so far and is the author of 44 peer-reviewed academic papers. Her work focuses on experience-centred approaches to designing technologies for health and care, particularly in the areas of ageing, dementia, mental health, sexuality and women’s health.
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