Dr Lennon gained her undergraduate and Masters honours degree in Mathematics in 2011 from The University of Manchester and continued to study for her PhD in Mathematics (Computational Statistics) in the School of Mathematics. Continuing research within the university, Hannah is funded by the World Cancer Research Fund as a biostatistician in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, developing statistical methodology to apply to clinical cancer data. Hannah leads the Faculty’s Women in Biology, Medicine and Health Network also.
- 2016 – Doctor of Philosophy, School of Mathematics, The University of Manchester, Title: Gaussian Copula Modelling for Integer-valued Time Series
- 2011 – Master of Mathematics, Hons 1st classification, The University of Manchester