Hannah successfully completed her CEDAR-funded PhD with the Behavioural Epidemiology programme investigating changes in the characteristics of physical activity from childhood to adolescence, and left the Unit in January 2015. She is particularly interested in changes in temporal characteristics of physical activity as well changes in the types of activities that children take part in. The aim of Hannah’s work is to inform the design interventions which will promote physical activity in young people in the future.
Hannah achieved a First Class (Hons) BSc in Sports and Exercise Science at the University of Birmingham in 2010. She then moved to the University of Cambridge to undertake an MPhil in Epidemiology before embarking on her PhD.