Nadine Bol is a postdoctoral researcher at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR) at the University of Amsterdam. She is part of the university’s Research Priority Area ‘Personalized Communication,’ an interdisciplinary collaboration between the departments of Communication Science and Information Law. Her research focuses on the social and ethical implications of digital technologies, particularly in the field of health communication. More specifically, she researches questions related to why, how, and under which conditions people use digital technologies for health-related purposes, as well as the impact of technology on cognitive, social, and behavioral outcomes. Her work has been published in prominent, peer-reviewed journals, such as Human Communication Research, Computers in Human Behavior, Journal of Health Communication, and The Information Society. Nadine is currently co-editing a special issue on “Tailored Health Communications: Opportunities and Challenges in the Digital Era” for the journal Digital Health.