This page contains information on research internships offered by labs within the Decision Science Hub, expectations of interns, current internship positions and projects, and how to apply for these positions.
Depending on the availability of research projects and supervision capacity, our Hub members offer limited, unpaid positions for talented and highly motivated students who are seeking some hands-on research experience within their labs.
As a research intern, you may be expected to attend all lab activities such as lab meetings, workshops and journal clubs. You may also have the opportunity to be directly involved in real research projects. Please note that expectations and involvement may differ slightly across different lab positions.
Applications can be made for currently available projects via the forms below. If there are no available or suitable projects, please complete the Expression of Interest Form instead and we will be in touch.
Available Internship Positions
updated 14th October 2020
1. Nutrition and Infant Neurodevelopment using EEG
Decision Science Hub Members A/Prof Stefan Bode, A/Prof Katherine Johnson and Dr Daniel Feuerriegel are seeking interns who are interested in contributing to a project investigating nutrition and infant neurodevelopment. During the internship, you will assist in conducting a literature review on this topic. You will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of how we measure electrical brain activity using electroencephalography (EEG) and how to conduct a literature review. You will also be able to participate in our lab and Hub activities and gain valuable insights into a research group. To apply, please complete the application the form below.