Dr. Claudia Lampert studied Education with special emphasis on Media Pedagogy at the University of Lüneburg and at the University of Hamburg, where she gained a doctorate in 2006 with a study on the potential of fictional television programmes for promoting health. She has been working as a research consultant at the Hans-Bredow-Institut since April 1999.
One of her particular research interests and emphases is in the area of media socialisation and media-education. In the context of various projects, she is currently working on the role of digital media in the every-day lives of children and adolescents. She is a member, among others, of the DGPuK expert group media education, of the section Media Educaton within the DGfE, of the GMK, the advisory board of the Erfurt Netcode, an organisation supporting quality online offerings for children, and she is a member of the board of the initiative "SCHAU HIN!". She also supports the media-pedagogical manifest "No Education Without Media" (German website).
Claudia Lampert is also interested in and researches in the subject area of media-related health communication. In 2006, she gained a doctoral degree with her research on the potentials of fictional tv offerings for health support (key word: entertainment-education). She also works for the Research and Knowledge Transfer Centre "Media and Health Communication" of the Hans-Bredow-Institut and one of the coordinators of the network "Network Media and Health Communication", which was launched in 2003. And she is the co-author of the textbook "Gesundheitskommunikation und Medien” [Health Communication and Media] (Fromm/Baumann/Lampert 2011).