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We Are The Collaborative Research Center CRC 1193, Funded By The german Research Foundation DFG

As a team of neuroscientists, psychologists, and clinicians based in Mainz and Frankfurt we try to understand what keeps people standing even if life hits them hard.


2nd PhD-Retreat: September 17-20

The second PhD- Retreat takes place September 17-20 in Hirschegg, Österreich. The whole retreat is free of charge for all PhD-Students associated with the CRC1193. Find more information on "activities".


Research: WHAT RESILIENCE IS, WHAT NOT, AND WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT

Resilience is the maintenance or quick recovery of mental health during and after periods of adversity. Resilience is no trait, no destiny, and no magic pill but ...


Blog: Let's blog

Interesting papers, meetings, discussions. Today: A report from the 1st International Spring School on Resilience Research


Projects: Broader insights - Lora Resilience Study Mainz/Ffm

Takes a uniquely wide view: The Longitudinal Resilience Assessment (LORA) runs a population-wide study with over 1000 individuals from all age ranges.


Activities: A Gentle Introduction to Python

After the great success of the CRC’s first Python Workshop in April ...


Jobs/Career: Find here our open vacancies

Become part of the CRC 1193 community and check out our open vacancies!


Activities: MEET THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY

Talks by John Cryan, Isaac Galatzer-Levy Ethan Kross, Klaus Lieb, Christopher Lowry, Carmen Morawetz, Mathias V. Schmidt, Gal Sheppes, Michael Ungar and many others.


Projects: Deeper insights - Mainz Resilience Project

Maybe the longitudinal study on resilience with the deepest interdisciplinary insight at present: The Mainzer Resilienz Projekt (MARP) focuses on young adults in the critical transition into adulthood and work life.