Hannah Thomas is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research and the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research. She is a graduate in Psychology and completed a PhD on bullying and cyberbullying in adolescents. Hannah’s work contributes to the larger research program that advocates for greater recognition of the harmful effects of bullying behaviour, and for improved access to evidence-based interventions to address this significant public health problem. More broadly, she has diverse experience conducting health research in schools settings and has a strong interest in mental health prevention science.