Hannah’s responsibilities involve assisting with the design of patient preference studies, including conducting literature reviews, developing research proposals and protocols, attribute development, qualitative and quantitative data collection, and statistical analysis. Hannah earned an MSc in economics and health economics from the University of Sheffield. Prior to joining the team in March 2018, Hannah spent three months working on several projects in market access. She also spent time working as a research assistant at the Health Economics Research Unit at the University of Aberdeen on a project assessing the impact of weight-loss interventions for obese men. Hannah has experience across a broad range of disease areas in conducting literature reviews, qualitative interviews including utility and think-alouds, quantitative data collection including stated preference survey design, and statistical analysis of preference data.