May 15-19, 2019, Castle Etelsen, near Bremen, closest airports are in Hannover and Hamburg, Germany
The aim of this spring school is to educate young scientists (PhD students, postdocs) about novel theoretical and methodological developments in resilience research. The spring school will provide participants with first-hand knowledge about the paradigms suitable for examining resilience, as well as their potential caveats and pitfalls. It addresses researchers in both the animal and human fields. The program (PDF for download) includes short lectures, daily practical sessions in small groups and a poster session.
The spring school is supported by Deutsches Resilienz Zentrum (DRZ), DFG Collaborative Research Center CRC1193 "Neurobiology of Resilience", International Resilience Alliance, and the EU Horizon 2020 project DynaMORE.
Sam Golden, University of Washington
Birgit Kleim, University of Zürich
Thomas Kubiak, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Karen Maruska, Louisiana State University
Christiane Otto, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Gal Richter-Levin, University of Haifa
Oliver Tüscher, DRZ Mainz
Registration deadline: March 12th, 2019
Feedback: by April 12th, 2019
Number of attendees: 20
Fees: 200 € for PhD students, 300 € for postdocs
Accommodation is in shared rooms. A limited number of single rooms is available on a first come-first served basis. Please let us know in your application mail in case you wish single-room accommodation. Participation is required during the whole time of the spring school.
Application and registration procedure
Applicants should send their CV (max. 2 pages), an abstract of their current or planned project for presentation as a poster (max. 1 p., including a title), and a motivation letter (max. 1 p.) in one single PDF file (all English) via e-mail to Martina Diehl. The registration form can be found below.