Hannah Babad BSc MSc PhD

Associate Professor and Faculty Taught Course Director, Associate Dean of Education (Student Experience and Student Journeys)


Obtained a BSc(Hons) in mathematics at Leeds University, did an MSc in Control Systems and a PhD in dynamic optimisation at Imperial College, London. Also a qualified maths teacher, having received a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Manchester University.




Taught Programmes Director for the Faculty of Public Health and Policy and Associate Dean of Education with responsibility for Student Experience and Student Journeys.

Prior to this was one of the Course Directors for MSc Public Health. Previous teaching involvement included establishing, organising and teaching on the Basic Maths support sessions and lecturing and seminar leading on the Infectious Disease Modelling module and summer short course. Currently contribute to Basic Maths, Basic Statistics for PHP and Analytical Models for Decision Making.


Research interests are in mathematical modelling applied to problems in medicine and biology.

Previous projects included: working on a simulation model for evaluating prevention and treatment strategies for coronary heart disease and faster testing for MRSA: models to estimate the cost-effectiveness of faster testing for MRSA on patients admitted for hip or knee surgery.


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