Dr Min Teah

Dr Min Teah

Dr Min Teah joined Curtin University as an early career researcher in 2013 and her research focuses on luxury branding, consumer behaviour, brand mimicry and ethical consumption. She currently holds the HDR (Higher Degree by Research) Coordinator position in the School of Marketing at Curtin University. Her supervision experience spans across Honours, Masters and PhD level in various research areas.

Dr Teah has also been involved in a number of industry research and consulting projects with domestic and international clients such as Livelynk, Gabriel Chocolate, Simmo’s Ice Cream, Nash and Lust Pearls, Shiseido, amongst others. In addition, she has also been actively serving in the research community by serving as: the session chair and discussant at international conferences; guest editor of special issues; organizing committee of conferences, and; reviewer for various journals and conferences.

Over the last few years, Dr Teah has received two nominations for her teaching by the Student Guild Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015 for Undergraduate Lecturer and Postgraduate Supervision categories. She was also awarded the Best Dissertation (Premier) award at the KSMS Dissertation Competition in 2014. She was also one of the recipients of the Curtin Business School Industry Connected “Innovator of the Year” 2014 and 2015, and “Project of the Year 2015”. Recently, she was part of the team to win the Curtin Commercial Innovation Awards 2016 for the “Biometric Market Research Laboratory”.