This section keeps you updated on any major developments throughout the course of the DynaMORE project.


Final press release available in English and German

02 April 2024 – March 31st was officially the last day of the DynaMORE project, a fact that fills consortium members with a bit of sadness and lots of joy about everything that has been accomplished. Even more so because the project resulted in many scientific publications, future collaborations, and two “mobile health” apps to improve the mental health of young adults in everyday life. DynaMORE’s success and tangible results are summarised in the final press release (EN), see also The German (DE) version is also accessible on “Portal der Wirtschaft“. Have a peek!

Conclusion of DynaMORE in Warsaw

11 March 2024 – The final General Assembly (GA) of DynaMORE in Warsaw, Poland, from 6-8 March 2024 was a great success – with over 20 delegates joining to discuss the scientific progress and to celebrate the consortium’s achievements in the field of stress resilience, mobile health, and “just in time” interventions via smartphone apps and smartwatches to remain mentally stable and healthy in the face of adversity and everyday stressors. We are sad to see this fabulously collaborative project end but are committed to continuing our impactful work within the resilience research community in the future! Read our Public Summary of the project’s final research period (October 2023 – March 2024).

Great impressions from the annual Symposium on Resilience Research

29 September 2023 – The 9th International Symposium on Resilience Research (#resilience2023) has left us all with memorable impressions, lots of new scientific ideas, and the joy of sunshine in Germany in late September! The symposium took place from 27-29 September 2023 in Mainz and covered the latest developments and breakthroughs within the field of stress resilience. Highlights were, again, outstanding talks and speakers, an interesting poster session, and our very own DynaMORE member Sophie Bögemann winning a poster award. So well deserved!

Great 6th GA Meeting in Cologne, Germany

31 March 2023 – Kölle Alaaf – The 6th DynaMORE General Assembly (GA) Meeting in scenic Cologne, Germany, from 29-31 March 2023 was a great success, with nearly 30 delegates discussing scientific progress and reaching important decisions. We also welcomed a few new faces to the team, including a new project manager. Many thanks to Dr. Sara Stöber for five years of spot-on management and welcome, Sonja Leissner (also from concentris), who will lead the project to the finish line together with our scientific coordinator, Prof. Raffael Kalisch (LIR).

Successful 10th SC Meeting (remote)

04 October 2022 – The latest Steering Committee meeting was very successfully completed on 4th October 2022 via Zoom. The meeting was once again filled with fruitful discussions as well as updates on all Work Packages. We look forward to meeting in person again during the General Assembly meeting taking place in spring next year (location to be decided).

Successful 5th GA Meeting in Palma de Mallorca

08 April 2022 – The first face-to-face meeting after 2 years of the pandemic, took part from 6-8 April 2022 in Palma de Mallorca. It was a full success: Besides lots of fruitful discussions and catching up on the enormous progress made in all work packages, we mainly enjoyed and scientifically benefited from finally meeting in person again! What a beautiful location.

PhD position within DynaMORE – position has been filled

01 October 2018 – Radboud University Medical Center invites applications for a PhD project in the field of cognitive / affective neuroscience. The project is embedded in the Cognitive Affective Neuroscience Laboratory (PI: Erno Hermans) at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour in Nijmegen (the Netherlands).

Postdoc & PhD student retreat in Austria

07 July 2018 – The 2nd PhD and Postdoc Retreat in the rural, sunny landscape of Hirschegg, Austria, from 17-20 September 2018 was a great success. A total of 36 attendees discussed stress resilience and facilitated networking within the CRC 1193.

First Resilience Research Spring School

03 July 2018 – The 1st International Spring School of Resilience Research was conducted at Kloster Seeon (an abbey near Munich) from 21-25 May 2018, allowing young scientists from all over the world to network.