Our Mission

Beats Therapeutics aims to empower people with neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions through digital therapeutics.

We provide improved outcomes for patients, insurers, pharmaceuticals and hospitals groups.

Our Expert Team

Our expert team comprises of industry leaders, innovators and experienced achievers. Our knowledge and expertise puts Beats Therapeutics at the forefront of tailored digital therapeutics.

Dr Ciara Clancy

Chief Executive Officer, BSc, PhD

Dr Clancy is a chartered physiotherapist and researcher who attained her PhD in Neurosurgery Outcomes from Trinity College, Dublin. Dr Clancy is passionate about advancing therapies and improving outcomes through digital innovation.

Dr Wui-Mei Chew

Chief Medical Officer, M.D, BCh, BAO

Doctor Wui-Mei is both a medical doctor and researcher with a Masters in Intermolecular medicine. Wui Mei has always been passionate about providing the best evidence-based car to patients.

Board of advisors

Sean Melly


Sean Melly is an experienced entrepreneur and investor with over 25 years investment and business development experience. Sean became one of Europe’s leading telecom entrepreneurs having founded, developed and sold a number of telecom businesses.

Dr Emma Stokes

Dr Emma Stokes is president of the world Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) wich represents more than 350,000 physical therapists worldwide. Dr Stokes is also an Associate Professor at the Department of Physiotherapy in Trinity College Dublin. Her research interest are stroke rehabilitation, outcome measurement/evaluation and physiotherapy professional issues.

Graham Merriman

Graham is former Global Director of Online Sales at Philips Consumer Lifestyles with responsibility for developing Philips global online sales of €500m. Graham has worked with major online players like Amazon & PIXmania and traditional retailers like Walmart and Darty. He also played a leading role in developing the Philips CL 2015 Digital Strategy, where he was responsible for the eCommerce section.