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Ms Hattie Lowe
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Appointment
  • Research Assistant
  • Institute for Global Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

Hattie is a feminist researcher interested in improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health and preventing all forms of violence against women and girls. Hattie has over two years of professional experience as a research assistant at the UCL Institute for Global Health and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She is interested in using creative and participatory mixed-methods for the co-production of meaningful evidence in partnership with communities. 


Hattie is currently a Research Assistant and part-time PhD Student in the UCL Institute for Global Health. She has an MSc in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a BSc in Human Science from UCL.

Research Summary
Hattie is currently working as a Research Assistant in the Institute for Global Health, working on The EVE Project, a study which is developing the evidence for how to prevent violence against women in the world's highest prevalence settings, with case studies in Samoa and AmantanĂ­, Peru. 


Hattie is also undertaking a part-time PhD in the Institute for Global Health focused on preventing intimate partner violence with adolescents in Samoa. The title of Hattie's thesis is: "Engaging with adolescents in Samoa for intimate partner violence prevention and advocacy: a mixed-methods participatory research project". Hattie's primary supervisor is Dr Jenevieve Mannell

Teaching Summary
Hattie has contributed to teaching for undergraduate and postgraduate global health students at universities across London. She has taught on the Academic Skills module at the UCL Institute for Global Health and delivered guest lectures at St George's University and the University of Notre Dame UK on storytelling as a research and intervention tool in the prevention of violence against women. 


Hattie supervises MSc dissertation students on topics related to sexual and reproductive health and violence against women. Hattie is happy to hear from potential MSc students also interested in these topics. 

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