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We are looking for two researchers at the Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor levels to join us at the Centre for Brain, Mind and Markets.  They will contribute to leadership in research, teaching and service activities in the Department of Finance, and undertake scholarly research activities, leading to publications in high quality journals in the fields of decision sciences, finance, economics, neuroscience, computer science and psychology. They will present their research at prominent international conferences on decision sciences and related areas. The incumbents will undertake high quality teaching in relevant finance and decision sciences-related subjects and have a strong commitment to student learning outcomes. The incumbents will also apply for competitive research grant funding leading to high quality publications and have the ability and willingness to engage with industry, government and the wider community. Service duties commensurate with the positions will also be undertaken.

More details about each of the positions can be found below:

Senior Lecturer in Experimental Finance/Decision Neuroscience

Associate Professor in Experimental Finance/Decision Neuroscience

PhD in Decision, Risk and Financial Sciences

The University of Melbourne is offering an interdisciplinary PhD program in decision sciences (Decision, Risk and Financial Sciences). The program is a collaboration between the Department of Finance, the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, the Melbourne School of Engineering and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health. It is a 2+3 year program (2 years Master’s, 3 years PhD). The program fosters interdisciplinary research by providing training in the conceptual principles and research techniques in fields across the social, biological and mathematical sciences that analyse human decision-making and problem solving in the context of risk and complexity at the level of individuals and markets. Students will draw on interdisciplinary experimental methods and conceptual principles obtained in the initial 2-year coursework phase to deliver cutting-edge solutions to key research questions within the field of decision-making, risk and financial sciences.

More information about the program and the application process is available at here.

If you have any questions about the program, please email us at bmm-lab@unimelb.edu.au.

Honours and Masters research projects

We supervise Honours students in the Department of Finance. In addition, we are open to (co-)supervise Honours and Masters research projects in other disciplines (e.g., neuroscience, psychology, computer science).

If you are interested in doing your Honours project with us, please email us at bmm-lab@unimelb.edu.au.