Meghmala Mukherjee

Meghmala Mukherjee


Meghmala Mukherjee is a doctoral research fellow at DCU Anti-bullying Centre, working on the PARTICIPATE project funded by the Horizon Europe Programme of the European Commission – Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA). Her research focuses on the role of technology with the support of parental mediation particularly for the females and others who are more vulnerable to victimisation of cyberbullying.

Meghmala completed her Masters of Science (MSc) in Applied Psychology from University of Calcutta, India (2018) and received her MPhil degree in Forensic Psychology from National Forensic Sciences University, India in the year 2020. Her MPhil work involved the effect of perceived cyberstalking, internet addiction and cyber awareness on young adults’ well-being.

After her MPhil graduation Meghmala was working as a research assistant under a Department of Science and Technology – Cognitive Science Research Initiative Project which explored the effect of Neurofeedback intervention programme on emotional regulation, impulsivity and aggression in juvenile offenders.

Research Areas

Cyberbullying, Cyber awareness, Wellbeing, Intervention Programme