Anna Carrara is a PhD candidate in Communication Sciences and works at the Institute of Communication and Health (ICH) as a research and teaching assistant.
She graduated in Communication Science and obtained a Master degree in Communication, Management and Health at USI in 2017.
Her main research interest is in health prevention among children and adolescents, with a particular focus on bullying and cyberbullying.
Since fall 2017 she is responsible for the AReS project, a longitudinal study investigating the development of risky behaviors among middle school students in Ticino. The project is carried out in cooperation with the cantonal School Division.
She is assistant to the Master course “Health communication”, as well as to the undergraduate courses ““Research Methods for Communication Sciences” and “Theory and Models of Communication”.