Graduate Student, Centre for Brain, Mind and Markets
Hassan Andrabi is a graduate student in the Decision, Risk and Financial Sciences Program. He previously obtained his Bachelors degree in Commerce with double major in Accounting and Finance (2019), and Honours in Finance (2020), both at the University of Melbourne.
Alongside his graduate studies, Hassan works as software engineering in population health simulation modelling at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. His work within the unit involves applications of micro- and macro-simulation methods to pubic health imperatives, ranging from the projection of COVID-19 cases under hypothetical policy scenarios, to quantifying the impact of interventions on tobacco consumption.
Outside of academia, Hassan has a keen interest in scientific communication through software development. He builds and maintains a suite of open-source tools to improve public-health literacy and enable new research through amalgamation of complex data in an accessible format.
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