#resilience2022 - 8th International Symposium on Resilience Research
September 28-30, 2022 Mainz/Germany
(30 min. from Frankfurt International Airport)
The symposium takes place as an IN-PERSON meeting.
In Mainz – home of the first Corona vaccine – we are committed to your safety in many ways. The meeting venue is a spatious lecture hall that will permit us to impose distance measures, if necessary. The hall is well ventilated. If the situation requires, daily COVID testing will be offered to all attendees. Treatment is good, prevention is better. Feel safe in Mainz.
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
#resilience2022 is where it happens. Follow us on Twitter: @Resilience Res, #resilience2022.
Sarah Ayash, LIR Mainz
Ulrike Basten, University Landau
Jennifer Bellingtier, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
George A. Bonanno, Columbia University
Nils Gassen, University Hospital Bonn
Marloes Henckens, Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen
Eranda Jayawickreme, Wake Forest University
Peter Koval, University of Melbourne
Harm Krugers, University of Amsterdam
Tania Lincoln, University of Hamburg
Caroline Ménard, Université Laval, Québec City
Antje Riepenhausen, Charité Berlin
Gal Sheppes, Tel Aviv University
Rajita Sinha, Yale University
Constance Vennin, LIR Mainz
Please see the program here.
For information on poster sessions, ECS short talks and the poster award, see EARLY-CAREER SCIENTISTS.
Workshop Experience Sampling
A satellite workshop on methods of experience sampling methods, organized by Jessica Fritz, University of Cambrige. See WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE SAMPLING.
The symposium is organized yearly by International Resilience Alliance (intresa), the alliance of European Universities FORTHEM, 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).