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Siobhán Corrigan is an Assistant Professor in Organisational Psychology, School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin. She is Director of the MSc in Managing Risk & System Change (https://psychology.tcd.ie/postgraduate/msc-riskandchange/) and Co-Director for the Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS) (https://www.tcd.ie/cihs/). Siobhán lectures in areas of Organisational Behaviour, Psychology of Work, Change Management, Leadership, Human Factors, & Research Methods and has published widely in her field. Siobhán’s research focuses on understanding the functioning of socio-technical systems in order to support industry with the complexities of managing system change and improving overall risk and safety performance.
Siobhán has had continuous and successful engagement on a series of dynamic industry/research programmes both as a Pi and Research Quality Manager. She has substantial experience working directly and supporting industry in managing the complexities of change across safety critical sectors including aviation, manufacturing, construction, biotech, pharmaceutical, health and rail. She has also very successful in securing research funding – involved in the preparation, submission, and negotiation of research proposal applications and by actively engaging in the research and project management right through to finalisation and review. Research funding from European Commission, Enterprise Ireland, HSA, HSE and direct industry funding. Her current research interests include Implementing Change; Understanding Behaviour & Managing Risk in Transport Operations; Leadership; Application of Human Factors in Safety Critical Organisations; Human Factors, Ethics and Legal Aspects of AI in the workplace. Siobhán is also a certified STAMINA Human Factor trainer and has substantial experience in the development, delivery & evaluation of core Human Factors training.