Ms Hannah Hayley Chisholm

BHSc, BHSc Honours(1st)

Research | Current

Hannah is a PhD candidate in infectious disease epidemiology at the School of Population Health under the supervision of Associate Professor Helen Petousis-Harris, Dr Anna Howe and Dr Emma Best. Hannah's research investigates pertussis vaccination failure in infants and young children and aims to identify predictors of this failure. Hannah works part time as a graduate teaching 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

POPLHLTH102 Health and Society - 2020


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

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Research Committee member, 2019 

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

School of Population Health PhD Committee member, 2019 

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

PhD student representative, School of Population Health, 2019

BHSc(Hons) student representative, 2013

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)


Contact details

Primary office location

M&HS BUILDING 507 - Bldg 507
Level 3, Room 3110
New Zealand

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