Hannah received a bachelors in mathematics from Oxford University (2007), followed by an MSc in Epidemiology (2009) and a PhD in Infectious Disease Dynamics (2013) from Imperial College London. She then spent 2 years working as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She has recently joined the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU) in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam as a postdoctoral researcher. Hannah’s work focused on the integration of models and data to better understand processes governing infectious disease dynamics. Hannah’s work to date has mainly focused on dengue, modelling both the within and between host dynamics to understand the interaction virus and immunity and how they lead to observed biological and epidemiological patterns. She has also taken part in dengue prediction work in Thailand and is currently also working on sero-epidemiology studies of dengue and other viral infections.