Dr Eva Krockow is a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Leicester, and Lead of the Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour’s Health & Wellbeing Research Group. Her research focuses on medical decision making including antibiotic use. She is particularly interested in perceptions of risk and uncertainty underlying antibiotic treatment choices and in health risk communication about antibiotic resistance. Recent work includes investigations into the importance of developing impactful disease terminology and designing effective public health information. Her international research has taken Eva to Japan, Sri Lanka and South Africa. She uses a variety of methodological approaches including interviews, experiments and computational modelling.