Ali-Rose is a qualified Neurosurgical Registered General Nurse where she specialised in the areas of neurology, neurosurgery, and cognitive degenerative disorders. As part of her MSc Ali-Rose co-developed a dementia communication intervention for nursing students, which is now in use in University College Cork.
Ali-Rose is currently an EU Marie Curie PhD candidate in University College London exploring the “palliative care needs of people with frontal temporal lobar degeneration (FTLD)”. Ali-Rose has also competed at an international sporting level and holds one world title, three world records, and four Irish records for power lifting. She currently plays on the Irish Women’s Water polo team.
Ali-Rose was a HIHI Spark Ignite Runner Up Prize winner in 2020 for her project SafeCare – a digital platform which revolutionises nursing documentation and automates auditing. Ali-Rose has gone on to become the founding director of SafeCare Nursing Software Ltd.