An article recently published in BMC Public Health explores cyber-victimization across seven European countries and finds that cyberbullying may be linked to… Read more »
Before joining BMC in 2017, Eva completed her Undergraduate Degree in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Aberdeen. After graduating, Eva stayed on at the university to complete her PhD in Translational Neuroscience where she focussed on therapies for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a leading inherited cause of infant mortality. Eva relocated to London to pursue a career in publishing, and to develop her interest in science communication. She is excited to be actively involved in the development of BMC Public Health and highlight important public health matters by contributing to the BMC Series blog.
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- Longer hours on social media may increase teens’ risk of cyberbullying - 14th August 2018