Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, from 12:00 to 13:00, the Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research organizes a seminar on all topics of current resilience research, together with the Lab "Resilience, Quality of Life and Demographic Change" of the European University Alliance FORTHEM and the DFG Collaborative Research Center 1193 "Neurobiology of Resilience".
Due to the current situation, the seminar will be held as a virtual event until further notice. External guests are welcome after prior written registration to this e-mail address.
10.09.20 - Michèle Wessa & Raffael Kalisch: Solutions to measure resilience in humans
08.10.20 - Marianne Müller/Sarah Ayash/Marija Milic: Animal models of resilience
12.11.20 - Renée Hartig: Social odour conditioning at the systems-level
26.11.20 - Laura Meine: Neural correlates of stressor controllability in humans
10.12.20 - Miriam Arnold and Miriam Schilbach: Antecedents of Employee Resilience
11.02.21 - Karin Roelofs, Radboud University: The role of the aPFC in emotion regulation flexibility: potential relevance for resilience
25.02.21 - Antje Riepenhausen, Charité: Reappraisal and Resilience - a systematic literature review
11.03.21 - Angela Kunzler: How to perform systematic reviews and meta-analyses? Core methods and practical examples from resilience research
08.04.21 - 14:00 - Katharina Schultebrauks, Columbia University: Advances in Machine Learning for Predicting and Monitoring Stress and Resilience
22.04.21 - Hamideh Mahdiani, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz: Resilience in Times of Economic Boom and Bust: A Narrative Study
10.06.21 - Constance Vennin, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz: Discovering the glia-neurovascular cell network underlying stress resilience in hippocampal sub-regions by single-cell transcriptomics
24.06.21 - Janna Cousijn, University of Amsterdam: Aging Brain Matter; a developmental key to addiction risk and resilience
08.07.21 - Christina Pärsch, University of Zurich: Boosting reappraisal with a self-efficacy autobiographical memory training
15.07.21- Katharina Brosch, University of Marburg: DLPFC volume is a neural correlate of resilience in healthy high-risk individuals with both childhood maltreatment and familial risk for depression