Laura Meine, M. Sc.


Curriculum Vitae | Auszeichnungen und Förderungen | Aktuelle Forschungsschwerpunkte | Kongressbeiträge | Methoden und Workshops | Lehre | Weitere Aktivitäten


Curriculum Vitae

10/2019 – 03/2020 Forschungsaufenthalt an der New York University, New York, USA in der Arbeitsgruppe von Catherine A. Hartley, Ph.D. (Hartley Lab)
Seit 04/2017 Doktorandin in der Abteilung für Klinische Psychologie und Neuropsychologie, Psychologisches Institut, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
10/2014 – 05/2017 M. Sc. in Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience, Freie Universität Berlin
Thema der Masterarbeit (am Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung): The effects of chronic stress on reward anticipation-mediated memory enhancement in children
09/2012 – 05/2013 Auslandsstudium am Trinity College Dublin, Irland
10/2010 – 06/2014 B. Sc. in Psychologie, Universität Hildesheim
Thema der Bachelorarbeit: The relation between child and parent’s emotion regulation strategies and the impact of socioeconomic status

 


Auszeichnungen und Förderungen

01/2018 – 06/2019 Mentee im Ada Lovelace MINT-Mentoringprogramm der JGU Mainz
Seit 07/2017 Mitglied bei GRADE (Graduiertenakademie der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
Seit 07/2017 Associated Fellow bei TransMed (Graduiertenkolleg der Mainz Research School of Translational Biomedicine)
09/2012 – 02/2013 DAAD PROMOS Stipendium

 


Aktuelle Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Neuronale und Verhaltenskorrelate von Kontrollerleben, Immunisierung, erlernter Hilflosigkeit und Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung (im Rahmen des DFG Sonderforschungsbereichs 1193 „Neurobiologie der Resilienz gegenüber stressinduzierter psychischer Dysfunktion: Mechanismen verstehen und Prävention fördern“)
  • Translationale Forschung (Übertragung von Tiermodellen auf den Menschen und zurück)
  • Effekte von akutem und chronischem Stress über die Lebensspanne

 


Kongressbeiträge

Meine, L. E., Meier, J., Schueler, K., Wessa, M. (2019, September). Why trust is fine but control is better – neural correlates of stressor controllability in humans. Poster at the 5th International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany.

Meine, L. E., Heeg, A.-C., Schueler, K., Wessa, M. (2019, September). Overcoming learned helplessness: can experience of control over a stressor immunized against uncontrollable stress? Poster at the 5th International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany.

Meine, L. (2019, August). Overcoming learned helplessness: can experience of control over a stressor immunized against uncontrollable stress? Talk at the 3rd CRC 1193 PhD & Postdoc Retreat, Hirschegg, Austria.

Meine, L., Schueler, K., Wessa, M. (2019, June). A translational study to investigate the effects of stressor controllability in humans. Poster at the 45th Conference “Psychologie und Gehirn”, Dresden, Germany.

Meine, L. & Schueler, K., Wessa, M. (2018, September). Neurobiological correlates of stressor controllability in humans. Poster at the 4th International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany.

Schueler, K. & Meine, L., Wessa, M. (2018, September). It’s All About Control: A Translational Study of Two Resilience Mechanisms. Poster at the 4th International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany.

Meine, L. & Schueler, K. Scholz, V., Wessa, M. (2018, September). Interindividual Differences Promoting Stress Resilience. Poster at the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology, Irvine, California, USA.

Schueler, K. & Meine, L., Scholz, V., Wessa, M. (2018, September). Translating the Learned Helplessness Paradigm to Study Potential Resilience Mechanisms in Humans. Poster at the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology, Irvine, California, USA.

Schueler, K. & Meine, L., Scholz, V., Wessa, M. (2018, July). Will They Fail to Escape? Translating the Shuttlebox Paradigm to Humans. Poster at the 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany.

Meine, L. & Schueler, K. Scholz, V., Wessa, M. (2018, July). Making Lemonade out of Lemons: Interindividual Differences Promoting Stress Resilience. Poster at the 11th FENS Forum Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany.

Schueler, K. & Meine, M. (2018, March). Our Novel Translational Stress Paradigm - A Basis for Human Research on Stress Immunization. Talk at the 1st CRC 1193 Science Day, Leinsweiler, Germany.

Meine, L., Schueler, K., Scholz, V., & Wessa, M. (2017, September). Studying the effects of stressor controllability in humans using a novel paradigm adapted from animal research. Poster at the 3rd International Symposium on Resilience Research, Mainz, Germany.

Meine, L., Keresztes, A., Binder, J., Heim, C., & Shing, Y. L. (2017, September). Differential effects of hair cortisol and cumulative risk on reward anticipation-mediated memory enhancement in children. Poster at the 40th annual meeting of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology, Zurich, Switzerland.

Keresztes, A., Meine, L., Staltmeir, S., Binder, J., Heim, C., & Shing, Y. L. (2017, March). Chronic stress and reward anticipation-mediated memory enhancement in children. Poster at the 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, Dresden, Germany.


Methoden und Workshops

    • Behaviorale Datenerhebung
    • Fragebogen- und Testkonstruktion
    • Neuropsychologische Testverfahren
    • Elektrokardiographie (EKG)
    • Funktionelle Magnetresonanztomographie (fMRT)

     

    07/2019 "Human brain anatomy course + dissection room practical", King’s College London, London, UK (Instructor: Dr. Paul Johns)
    04/2019 "Introductory course on methods for designing and analysing human MRI studies", Neuroimaging Center, JGU Mainz, GER.
    05/2018 "An Introduction to the Analysis of Longitudinal Data, Multilevel Modelling, and Growth Mixture Analysis", JGU Mainz, GER (Instructor: Tenko Raykov)
    04/2018 "A Gentle Introduction to Python", Neuroimaging Center, JGU Mainz, GER (Instructors: Katja Schüler & Martina Thiele)
    03/2018 "Bayesian analyses with JASP: A fresh way to do statistics", JGU Mainz, GER. (Instructor: Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)

     


    Lehre

    SoSe 2019 MSc-Seminar "Dysfunktionale neurokognitive Prozesse"
    SoSe 2018 MSc-Seminar "Dysfunktionale neurokognitive Prozesse"

     


    Weitere Aktivitäten

    06/2018 – 08/2018 Supervisorin einer DAAD RISE Praktikantin aus den USA
    Seit 03/2018 Gewählte Vertreterin der Doktoranden und Postdocs des SFB 1193