Dr. Hannan Chaudery
Qualifications: BSc(Hons) Experimental Pathology, MBBS
Born and raised in London, Hannan graduated from Barts and the London School of Medicine in 2019. During his medical studies he obtained an additional degree in Experimental Pathology from the University of London, as well as undertaking further study in Computational Statistics via Harvard University’s School of Public Health. His main research speciality is in ‘Big-Data’ analysis, via the fusion of his medical and statistical expertise. He has conducted research as both junior and senior statistician for a number of peer-reviewed publications, most notably a paper on Acute Kidney Injury in an international surgical study involving over 44,000 patients from 27 countries. Hannan won the Turnball and Walsham prize for best undergraduate research, and has also been awarded two prestigious national prizes in Anaesthetics, while being nominated for a third.
Having previously swam competitively at a high level, Hannan is particularly interested in the biomechanics and function of the human body, especially in the role posterior chain hypertrophy and exercise can play in alleviating chronic back pain. He is excited to learn more about the benefits of Pilates in patients with Thoracic Kyphosis and other postural imbalances.
Aside from academia and medicine, Hannan is a keen photographer and – to his eternal frustration – an Arsenal fan. He is also regularly involved with charity work, previously holding a role as Treasurer of International Charity Week, and currently being a trustee of a community centre in South London. He next intends to spend some time over the next year volunteering as a doctor in a refugee camp on the Greek isle of Lesvos.