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He studied medicine and is now a lecturer in the School of Health and Human Performance in Dublin City University.
McCaffrey worked outside the University of Dublin as a director of Exwell medicine. He was a Sports Medicine Consultant to Cappagh Orthopaedic Hospital and a medical consultant to Riverdance.
He states his research interests are obesity, muscoskeletal injury in athletes, and exercise for special populations.
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Having followed in his father Noel's footsteps to represent the Dubs, his inter-county stock has always been high but All-Ireland final day hasn't exactly been a happy hunting ground for McCaffrey.
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