Sabina Brennan

Sabina Brennan


Sabina is a research psychologist and award winning science communicator.  She currently works as a Research Assistant Professor in the Institute of Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin.  Sabina’s research focuses on understanding dementia risk and protective factors to establish how decline in cognitive function can be prevented.

Sabina has made more than 30 films which have been translated into multiple languages and these films are used by health and advocacy organisations.   Sabina is frequently invited to speak on brain health, ageism, stress, social isolation and related issues both nationally and internationally.  She has also appeared on Irish TV.


Dr Sabina Brennan @Sabina_Brennan

Check out our album online! It's been a long journey to get this project from the seed of an idea to releasing a record. One that we're very proud of indeed.


How workplace resilience impacts individuals, teams and firms via @rte

I'm on the train again this time heading for the @LimerickStrand Hotel where I'll be giving this talk at the #MIDASIreland Conference

#midasireland Conference & Gala takes place in @LimerickStrand Nov 21st with @LenHobbs, @curridcaroline, @DellEMCUKI Liam Quinn, @ADI_News Denis Doyle, @IntelMovidius Noel Murphy, @CanSatIreland, @tcddublin @Sabina_Brennan & @StatsPerform Grainne Barry

Stars come out for Rolling Sun

Really looking forward to being a part of @RollingSunBook in #Westport this weekend

this is so awful - young people with MS are doing so well in Ireland & other European countries because of incredible advances in treatment It breaks my heart to see young people in Serbia and other countries with unnecessary disability because they receive no treatment

Blogger Keith Byrne shares his experience and talks about ‘manning up to MS’

From the MS & Me blog archives! Happy #InternationalMensDay

'Unless you make the most of your life, you waste it' - Dr Sabina Brennan on why she's happiest in her 50s