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Former Risk Student Appointed as Lecturer at Leading Thai University

Published: 13 January 2016
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Sarist Gulthawatvichai, who was a research student in the Centre for Risk Research and was awarded his PhD in May 2015, has recently been appointed as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Sports Science at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.


Dr. Gulthawatvichai, in reflecting on his time in the Centre for Risk Research, said: “I am very grateful to my supervisors, Professor Johnnie Johnson and Professor Ming-Chien Sung for their continuous support. I have learned so much from them over the years and this has proved to be extremely valuable for my new career. I look forward to developing a collaborative research relationship between Chulalongkorn University and the University of Southampton.”


Sarist Gulthawatvichai

Chulalongkorn University is currently regarded as the leading university in Thailand and comprises 19 Faculties and 23 Colleges and Research Institutes. The Faculty of Sports Science is very well regarded across Thailand.


Dr. Gulthawatvichai indicated that “The knowledge I gained in researching my PhD, entitled ‘Insights into irrational financial trading behavior: Evidence from the UK financial spread-trading markets’ has already proved very helpful in securing my current post and will be very useful for my continuing research and teaching”.

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