Hannah Mohammad

2017/18 Fellow

Hannah graduated from King’s College London with first-class honours in Global Health and Social Medicine, alongside receiving the Jelf medal for academic achievement and contribution to the College. During her studies, Hannah focused on the social determinants of health, specifically exploring the politicisation of healthcare for vulnerable persons in the UK and conflict zones. Moreover, Hannah has conducted research for Imperial Infectious Disease department on imported malaria in London and interned for the King’s Centre for Global Ageing.

As founding president of King’s Global Health Society, she is passionate about engaging the wider community in an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to tackling pervasive health inequities and promoting health as a fundamental human right. She regularly volunteers for the Doctors of the World clinic in Bethnal Green, advocating for vulnerable undocumented persons.

In her spare time, Hannah is attempting to grow vegetables and is an amateur Islamic geometer.