Hannah completed an MSci in Physics at Imperial College London in 2014, before going on to study for a DPhil at the University of Oxford in Accelerator Physics. She joined the Prevention Group in the Primary Care Unit in 2018 as an NIHR Systematic Review Methods Fellow. In this role she trained as a public health researcher, completing the MPhil in Primary Care Research and developing methodological expertise in risk prediction models and systematic reviews. In October 2020 she began an NIHR Development and Skills Enhancement Award, with the aim of further developing skills in risk model development and public health modelling.
Since 2018, Hannah has been a contributor to the Medical Student Systematic Review Group.
Since joining the Prevention Group, Hannah been engaged in a programme of work focused on the use of risk models predicting the development of kidney cancer. She is particularly interested in the potential application of prediction models to risk stratified screening programmes.
Harrison H., Thompson R. E., Lin Z., Rossi S. H., Stewart G. D., Griffin S. J. & U.-S. J. A. (2020) Risk Prediction Models for Kidney Cancer: A Systematic Review. European Urology Focus (in press). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.euf.2020.06.024
Harrison, H., S. J. Griffin, I. Kuhn & J. A. Usher-Smith (2020) Software tools to support title and abstract screening for systematic reviews in healthcare: an evaluation. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 20, 7. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-020-0897-3