Isobel Walsh


Isobel Walsh is a Research Assistant at the DCU Anti-Bullying Centre, and is contributing to a mixed-methods research project seeking to understand and prevent online racism in Ireland. Prior to working with the Anti-Bullying Centre, Isobel worked as a Research Assistant in the DCU School of Psychology supporting the development of an innovative new postgraduate programme.

Isobel completed her Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin (2021) and received her MSc Psychology from DCU (2023). As part of her Masters degree, Isobel conducted a participatory design research project which explored stakeholder views on problematic gaming and produced co-designed solutions seeking to promote healthy gaming behaviour at individual and organisational levels.

Research Areas

Cyberpsychology, Human-Computer Interaction, Mental Health, Therapeutic Innovations