Location: Hotel Leinsweiler Hof, Leinsweiler
The CRC 1193 community will meet in March in Leinweiler, which is located in the Palatine Painters Corner at the Souther Wine Road. We are pleased to welcome Gal Richter-Levin and David Slattery who will give a special lecture on resilience research in animal models.
We are looking forward for this event!
Location: Department of Psychology, Lecture hall 01-211, Binger Str. 14 - 16, 55122 Mainz
Program and more information about registration will follow soon.
Location: Seeon Abbey, close to Munich, Germany
Registration deadline: February 26th
Location: Hirschegg, Austria
PhD students, postdocs and other young resilience researchers from Mainz and Frankfurt meet in the inspiring Alpine setting of Hirschegg, Austria, to present each other their projects and plan future training and networking activities.
Location: Am Pulverturm 13, 55131 Mainz
As every year, the meeting will cover latest developments and break-throughs in stress resilience research, both in animal models and in human studies.
Confirmed speakers are:
John Cryan (University College Cork), Isaac Galatzer-Levy (Mindstrong Health, Palo Alto), Ethan Kross (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Klaus Lieb (DRZ Mainz), Christopher Lowry (University of Colorado, Boulder), Carmen Morawetz (Free University Berlin), Mathias V. Schmidt (Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich), Gal Sheppes (Tel Aviv University) Michael Ungar (Dalhousie University). For information about last year"s event, see: https://www.german-resilience-center.uni-mainz.de/files/2017/08/resilienz_symposium_2017_flyer_neu.pdf