27-29 September 2023 – #resilience2023 in Mainz, Germany
Register now and don’t forget to submit your abstract! The deadline for registration and abstract submission has been extended until August 15th. Located only 30 min from Frankfurt International Airport, the 9th International Symposium on Resilience Research (#resilience2023) takes place as an in-person meeting in Mainz, Germany. For details on the program click on the image below!
27 September 2022 – Free Workshop: Measuring stress in real life
On Tuesday, 27 September 2022, one day before the start of the 8th International Symposium on Stress Resilience (#resilience2022), there will be a workshop on how to measure stress in real life. It is free of charge for anyone who is registered for #resilience2022. but registration is still required as a maximum number of 30 participants can join.
28-30 September 2022 – #resilience2022 in Mainz
New Lunch Break series – starting on 08 February 2022
Register by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the 1st “Resilience Lunch Break” session on 08 February 2022. Heat up your pizza, bite into your veggie sandwich, or sip your smoothie while listening to talks & discussions on stress resilience!
Hands-on workshop on MRI & ‘omics data analysis in Mainz – 20 November 2021
Register now for this local, hands-on methods workshop on “Integration of MRI and ‘omics data” in Mainz, Germany (registration extended until Wednesday, 17th November) by sending an email to email@example.com.
Panel Discussion on EMAs – 17 November 2021
17th November 2021 at 5 pm (CET): Don’t miss out on this panel discussion on how to best develop a protocol for experience sampling data & perform ecological momentary assessments (EMA), moderated by Dr. Jessica Fritz & Dr. Marilyn Piccirillo.
#resilience2021 – program ready
The program of the 7th International Symposium on Resilience Research (#resilience2021) stands. This year’s main theme is early life stress and resilience to early life stress. We are looking forward to welcoming all attendees to high-quality talks, poster sessions, and presentations. See below for the fantastic line-up of speakers and program!
Save the date: #resilience2021, 29 September – 01 October 2021
#resilience2021, the 7th International Symposium on Resilience Research will take place as an ONLINE event again from 29 September – 01 October 2021. The event will be live-webcasted and the program is ready soon Check your inbox for updates!
3rd Donders Summer School on Stress and Cognition rescheduled to July 2021
VIRTUAL, September 2020
The 6th International Symposium on Resilience Research covered the latest developments and breakthroughs in stress resilience research, both in animal models and in human studies. One focus has been the question of potential positive effects of adversity, strengths that individuals might develop under stress, inoculation, mastery, self-efficacy. There was a special session on resilience in the Corona crisis. Click here for further details!
REAL workshop 2020 CANCELLED
MAINZ (Germany), 24 September 2019
Instead of the originally planned Spring School, the DRZ, DynaMORE, and intresa organised a pre-symposium workshop on methods in resilience research on Tuesday, September 24th, for PhD students and postdocs. Topics included ambulatory monitoring, network modelling, and longitudinal analyses.
MAINZ (Germany), 25-27 September 2019
The 5th International Symposium on Resilience Research took place from September 25th – 27th 2019 in Mainz, Germany. The meeting covered the latest developments and breakthroughs in stress resilience research, both in animal models and in human studies.
Spring School 2019 CANCELLED
The 2nd International Spring School on Resilience Research (originally planned for May 15 -19 2019 near Bremen, Germany) had to be cancelled. A replacement training event took place in conjunction with the 5th International Symposium on Resilience Research.
LEUVEN (The Netherlands), 20-22 March 2019
The first REAL workshop on ESM / EMA methods was a full success! Another workshop will follow soon. The workshop consisted of sessions detailing the background of experience sampling methods (ESM) and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) methods, a state-of-the-art overview of choices and considerations involved in questionnaire construction, study design, data collection, and data analyses using multilevel regression models (in R).
MAINZ (Germany), 26-28 September 2018