Darragh graduated as a physiotherapist from Trinity College Dublin in 2009, placing first in his class. After completion of his undergraduate studies he moved to Singapore, where he completed clinical rotations in cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He returned to Dublin in 2011 and undertook an MSc in Sports & Exercise Medicine in Trinity. Following this, he worked clinically in sports and private practice and completed a PhD with Professor Brian Caulfield in University College Dublin in 2018. Darragh’s main areas of research interest include: improving sports and exercise performance, human biomechanics and healthcare technology. He has presented this work at numerous healthcare and engineering conferences in addition to publishing the work in high impact sports and exercise medicine journals. He is currently funded by the Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund which aims to create technology-based start-up companies developed in Higher Education Institutions in Ireland. He continues to work clinically predominantly in sports.