I am Chuan-Peng Hu, a post-doc researcher in Neuroimaging Center (NIC), University Medical Center Mainz, Mainz, Germany. Now I am working in Prof. Raffael Kalisch’s group on cognitive-neural mechanisms of resilience to stress.
I am also an administrator of a Chinese online forum of brain science: 52brain.com. We have meetings occasionally. Contact me if you want to meet young cognitive researchers in China.
As an early career researcher in the field, I am deeply concerned that the credibility of psychological research has been damaged because of the replication crisis. Open science is a way to do better. Currently, I am an Ambassador of the Center for Open Science and an assistant director of the Translation and Cultural Diversity Committee of Psychological Science Accelerator. Also, I maintain a Chinese blog related to reproducibility and open science and organized an online learning group dedicated to reproducibility.
I grew up in a village near Yangtze River in Hubei, a central province in China. Outdoors becomes my life-long love. Rock climbing, mountaineering, and hiking are my favorite activities. During my Ph.D. study, I’ve climbed four mountains over 5000 meters and reached about 6 km of the Chola Mountain, Sichuan Province, China in June 2014.
Email: hcp4715 at gmail dot com or hcp4715 at hotmail dot com;
Add. : Neuroimaging Center Mainz (NIC), University Medical Center Mainz, 55131 Mainz, Germany.
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