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Katerina Romanova

DPhil Candidate


I am passionate about children’s mental health and wellbeing, with a special focus on bullying. My research as a DPhil student in the Oxford Risk and Resilience, Genes and Environment Research (oRANGE) lab focuses on informing and improving anti-bullying interventions to reduce bullying and its impact on those involved. I am funded by the Leverhulme Trust as part of the Moving Beyond Inequality programme, which aims to target poverty and inequalities in early childhood. My doctoral work investigates the Healthy Context Paradox in bullying to ensure that no child is left behind in anti-bullying interventions.

My supervisors are Professor Lucy Bowes and Dr Eleanor Leigh.