Ms Hannah Hayley Chisholm

BHSc, BHSc Honours(1st)

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Doctoral Candidate - Doctor of Philosophy

Research | Current

Hannah is undertaking her PhD in infectious disease epidemiology at the School of Population Health under the supervision of Dr Helen Petousis-Harris, Dr Anna Howe and Dr Emma Best. Hannah's research investigates pertussis vaccine failure in infants and young children and aims to identify potential predictors for failure. Hannah has been awarded a Lotteries Health research PhD scholarship and works part time as a research assistant in the School of Population Health.

Teaching | Current

POPLHLTH101 Health Systems 1 - 2017

POPLHLTH102 Health and Society - 2017

POPLHLTH101 Health Systems 1 - 2018

POPLHLTH103G Epidemics - 2018


Claude McCarthy Fellowship recipient January to June 2019

Lotteries Health Research PhD Scholarship recipient

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Post Graduate Student Association Committee Member,  2019 - current

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Research Committee member, 2019 - current

School of Population Health Postgraduate Board of Studies Committee member, 2019 - current

School of Population Health PhD Committee member, 2019 - current

New Zealand representative, European Society of Paediatric Infectious Diseases, 2019 - current

PhD student representative, School of Population Health, 2019 - current

BHSc(Hons) student representative, 2013

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)


Contact details

Primary office location

M&HS BUILDING 507 - Bldg 507
New Zealand

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