Hannah Bradby is a writer and editor who has taught in universities in Scotland, England, Sweden and Russia and is currently Professor of Sociology at Uppsala University.
Currently she is employed on short-term research contracts based in England and Germany as well as pursuing her own writing and editing projects, both academic and non-academic. Hannah is contributing editor at the 'Cost of Living' blog which discusses the politics, economics and sociology of health and health care. Hannah’s professional experience includes:
- Research funded by the Medical Research Council and the Economic and Social Research Council and published in peer-reviewed journals.
- Editing the Sociology of Health and Illness monograph series published by Wiley-Blackwell and co-editing Ethnicity and Health published by Taylor & Francis as well as virtual special issues, commentaries and a book series.
- Convening international conferences, conference streams and directing a multi-disciplinary research institute at the University of Warwick.
- Expert reviewing for research councils, charities, health service, publishing houses and journals across three countries.
- Teaching on medical school, sociology and public health courses as lecturer, convenor, small group leader, assessment coordinator and training other tutors.
- Successfully supervising four funded doctoral students to completion as well as many undergraduate and masters dissertations.
- Externally examining doctoral and research masters students, as well as undergraduate programmes in half a dozen different institutions.