I am Chuan-Peng Hu, a post-doc researcher in Neuroimaging Center (NIC), Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center, 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 worried about the credibility of psychological research because of the replication crisis. I think open science is a better way to do research. Currently, I am an Ambassador of the Center for Open Science, maintaining a Chinese blog about reproducibility and open science.
I grew up in a village near Yangtze River in Hubei, a central province in China. The happy childhood in rural China makes me love the outdoors. 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), Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center, 55131 Mainz, Germany.
OSF public profile: osf.io/327ev
Researchgate page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chuan_Peng_Hu