Hannah is a Research Assistant in the Evidence Synthesis Group, working within the Innovation Observatory aligned to the Information Research and Data Science & AI Programmes.
Hannah joined the Evidence Synthesis Group at Newcastle University in 2019 as a training fellow and has developed her role as an information specialist, whilst contributing to the work conducted by the Innovation Observatory. She contributes to a wide range of research projects.
Hannah graduated from Newcastle University with BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Genetics, an MSc in Bioinformatics and an MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research. After graduation, Hannah was employed in aging research, where she built computational models of biological systems and disease progression.
Hannah has a keen interest in the development of Information Specialist methodologies and the use of artificial intelligence techniques to enhance healthcare research.
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