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#resilience2023 - 9th International Symposium on Resilience Research

September 27-29, 2023 Mainz/Germany
DEADLINE for registration and abstract submission until July 31<<

(30 min. from Frankfurt International Airport)

The symposium takes place as an IN-PERSON meeting.


Covers latest developments and breakthroughs in the science of stress resilience, both in animal models and in human studies. Since 2015, the symposium is the most important gathering of the international research community and has shaped the field and initiated many important debates. Examples? Seen first at the International Symposium on Resilience Research

#resilience2023 is where it happens. Follow us on Twitter: @Resilience Res, #resilience2023.


The scientific program for this year's International Symposium on Resilience Research is currently being worked out. Please check this website or Twitter @ResilienceRes, #resilience2023 for regular updates.

Confirmed Speakers

Erin Calipari, Vanderbilt

Karmel Choi, Harvard

Annegret Falkner, Princeton

Claire Gillan, Trinity

Quentin Huys, University College London

Frank Infurna, Arizona State

Raffael Kalisch, LIR

Göran Köber, Freiburg

Sarah Lowe, Yale

Roberto Mediavilla Torres, UA Madrid

Robin Murray, UCL

Papoula Petri-Romao, LIR

Jennifer Stevens, Emory

Christiaan Vinkers, Amsterdam

Jutta Winterling, LIR


Info to come soon

Early-Career Scientists

For information on poster sessions, ECS short talks and the poster award, see EARLY-CAREER SCIENTISTS.


The symposium is organized yearly by International Resilience Alliance (intresa), the EU Horizon project DynaMORE, Leibniz-Institute for Resilience Research and University Medical Center Mainz. We are part of the Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network (rmn²).