02.12.2022 Exchange with researchers from Japan "It is our great pleasure to have Prof. Kumagai, Prof. Inokuchi and Dr. Nakajima here with us...
The one-hour “Resilience Lunch Breaks” will allow for discussions on resilience research findings, political and societal implications and will address issues related to prevention-oriented research.
#resilience2023: Where it happens. Researchers from across the globe will gather to discuss progress and new avenues in the science of resilience. The meeting takes place in Mainz from September 27 to 29, 2023.
On the following pages, the Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research (LIR) provides information that is intended to help people who have fled Ukraine to cope psychologically with their traumatic experiences on the one hand, and to offer support to scientists who have fled Ukraine on the other hand.
Die Studie des ZEW Mannheim in Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Mannheim und dem Leibniz-Institut für Resilienzforschung betrachtet die finanziellen Auswirkungen der Corona-Krise auf private Haushalte. Befragt wurde die deutsche Erwerbsbevölkerung ab 30 Jahren im Zeitraum Dezember 2020 bis Januar 2021.
The Centre for Healthy Ageing (CHA) was opened as a new virtual research centre that brings together scientists from four research institutes in Mainz to promote healthy ageing and develop new treatments for age-related diseases. LIR scientists Prof. Dr. Klaus Lieb and Prof. Dr. Oliver Tüscher head one of the CHA's 39 research groups.
Due to the current situation, the next LIR talks will take place as online events only.
The second corona lockdown means a physical and mental challenge to us. What can we do to feel better in our everyday life with the pandemic?