Lisa Rosenberger holds a joint position as a postdoc at the Decision Neuroscience Lab and the Radboud Center for Decision Science.
She obtained her interdisciplinary PhD in neuroeconomics and psychology from the University of Vienna, under the supervision of Christoph Eisenegger, and later Claus Lamm. Her studies focused on different aspects of how we learn to trust others. For this, Lisa employed game theoretic, psychological, neurofunctional, and clinical methods.
After a stint as a project manager, where she facilitated the development of policy advice on the digitalization of healthcare, she decided to embrace her roots and come back to academia. In her current position she is looking forward to contributing to a sustainable development of our society through applied decision neuroscience research.