William P. Hanage

Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Harvard Chan School of Public Health

William Hanage is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology in the department of Epidemiology, and a faculty member in the T.H. Chan School’s Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics. He employs a mix of theoretical and laboratory work to research the evolution and epidemiology of infectious disease. Hanage did post his doctoral study at the University of Oxford and Imperial College London, before being awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship.

Prior to joining the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics, Hanage was a Reader in the department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College London. There he worked extensively developing multilocus sequence typing (MLST; www.mlst.net) and analysis (MLSA) for the study of bacterial pathogens and species, as well as means of analyzing data developed using this method. He is particularly interested in using an evolutionary framework such as methods derived from population genetics to inform epidemiology. In 2012 he received the Fleming Prize for research in Microbiology and was the recipient of a 2012 ICAAC Young Investigator Award from the American Society for Microbiology.

Find an up-to-date list of Hanage’s research publications in Pubmed.

William Hanage is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology in the department of Epidemiology, and a faculty member in the T.H. Chan School’s Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics. He employs a mix of theoretical and laboratory work to research the evolution and epidemiology of infectious disease. Hanage did post his doctoral study at the University of Oxford and Imperial College London, before being awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship.

Prior to joining the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics, Hanage was a Reader in the department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College London. There he worked extensively developing multilocus sequence typing (MLST; www.mlst.net) and analysis (MLSA) for the study of bacterial pathogens and species, as well as means of analyzing data developed using this method. He is particularly interested in using an evolutionary framework such as methods derived from population genetics to inform epidemiology. In 2012 he received the Fleming Prize for research in Microbiology and was the recipient of a 2012 ICAAC Young Investigator Award from the American Society for Microbiology.

Find an up-to-date list of Hanage’s research publications in Pubmed.

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