Roman Osadchuk

Research Associate, Atlantic Council Digital Forensic Lab

Roman Osadchuk is a research associate for the Eurasia region at the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab. Roman researches disinformation narratives and technology uses for their spread in the region. Roman is interested in information policy and the media cycle in the disinformation spread. In 2022, Roman coordinated the research for the Atlantic Council's report 'Undermining Ukraine,' which focused on the change in Russian disinformation tools and tactics worldwide after the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022. Roman received an MPA degree from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, focusing on information policy. He has a background in political and computer sciences. Before joining DFRLab, he held several positions at the NGO Ukraine Crisis Media Center, where he was involved in communications of decentralization reform and administrative support to the internal operations.