Ms Mulroe was appointed CEO of the Irish Clinical Oncology Research Group (ICORG) in June 2015 and manages a cross functional team of clinical program leads, Data & Statistics, Quality and Pharmacovigilance. She works to implement strategic plan in consultation with the Board of Directors and Prof Bryan Hennessy, the ICORG Clinical Lead. Under her leadership, in 2016, ICORG established a Patient Advocate Advisory Group.
ICORG is a not for profit organisation with a mission to bring Irish patients early access to the latest cancer treatments through research and to establish Ireland as a recognised centre of high quality translational and clinical research.
In her early career Ms Mulroe worked in Irish Politics and then the NGO sector where she worked as CEO of the Asthma Society of Ireland. She then worked as an Account Manager with MedMedia working on marketing campaigns with corporate clients. In July 2007, she became the first CEO of the Irish Platform for Patients' Organisations, Science and Industry (IPPOSI). Ms Mulroe was appointed by the Irish Minister for Health to the Department of Health Steering Group on Rare Disease Policy in 2010, she represented patients on the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Research Ethics Advisory Board, HIQA HTA Advisory Board and was a member of the HSE Patient’s Forum. She served as the patient representative on the Legal Consultative Panel of the Irish Medicines Board (now HPRA). Ms Mulroe led IPPOSI to partake in 2 EC Research Consortiums, BBMRI and EUPATI, the latter is a unique initiative to develop an EU Patient Academy.
Ms Mulroe has a BSocSc Hons from Queens University Belfast and is an MBA graduate from the Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin.