I am Chuan-Peng Hu, a post-doc researcher in Neuroimaging Center (NIC) Mainz, Johannes Gutenberg University Medical Center, Mainz, Germany. Now I am working with Prof. Raffael Kalisch on cognitive-neuro mechanisms of resilience.
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 a junior researcher in the field, I am deeply concerned about the replication crisis in psychology. I am actively introducing the relevant knowledge and new practice in China. Currently, I am an Ambassador of Center for Open Science, maintaining a Chinese blog about reproducibility and statistical inference.
I was raised in a village near the riverside of Yangtze River in Hubei, a central province in China. The early life in rural China makes me love the outdoors. Rock climbing, mountaineering, and hiking are my favourite activities. During my PhD study, I’ve climbed four mountains over 5000 meters and reached over 6 000 m on Chola Mountain, Sichuan Province, China in June 2014.