Dr Hannah Bromley MB, BCh

Dr Hannah Bromley

Institute of Applied Health Research
Research Fellow, U21 Funded PhD Candidate

Contact details

Address
Health Economics Unit
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Hannah is a Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham working on methods to value the treatment of early breast cancer. She was awarded a prestigious U21 jointly funded PhD Scholarship with the University of Melbourne and University of Birmingham and also works as a clinician. 
Hannah has a specific research interest in the area of breast cancer and screening programmes. She is particularly interested in outcome valuation for use in economic evaluation relating to breast cancer screening programmes and the management of pre-invasive disease and early breast cancer

Qualifications

  • MB BCh Cardiff University (2013)
  •  PhD University of Birmingham and Melbourne *(2019)

  *pending viva and graduation

Biography

Hannah joined the Health Economics Unit in March 2019 having worked with the group on a joint PhD between the Universities of Birmingham and Melbourne. During her PhD she worked with a number of international collaborators on projects relating to breast cancer screening and treatment outcomes and has presented and published her work at the highest academic level. Hannah is also a qualified clinician. Prior to her research career in Health Economics, she studied Medicine and Surgery at Cardiff University and completed her Clinical Foundation Training in Wales. She continues to manage her clinical and research interests in oncology and has taught as part of the medical curriculum at a number of world-ranked medical schools.

Teaching

  • Medicine and Surgery MB ChB
  • Health Economics

Research

Hannah’s current research is concerned with exploring methods to value the outcomes associated with screening programmes and the treatment of low-risk disease. 

Research groups and centres:

  • HESG

Other activities

Medical School Interview Panel, Cardiff University

Publications