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About me

Hannah Brooke is a postdoc at IMM studying socioeconomic factors in relation to cancer incidence and survival. Hannah has been awarded a 2-year Forte Incoming International Postdoc Fellowship for her project exploring whether cancer survival in adults is a function of their offspring’s education level.

Education

  • PhD, Behavioural Epidemiology (2011-2014)

MRC Epidemiology Unit & Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (Downing College)

Dissertation title: Time-segment specific physical activity; characteristics and changes in youth

  • MPhil, Epidemiology (2010-2011)

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (Lucy Cavendish College)

  • BSc (Hons), Sport and Exercise Science (2007-2010)

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom    

Academic honours, awards and prizes

Forte Incoming International Postdoc Fellowship (2 years of full funding for post-doctoral research)

Economic and Social Research Council (UK) Studentship award (3 years of full funding for PhD studies)

Medical Research Council (UK) Advanced Studentship award (1 year of full funding for MPhil studies)

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