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ISRE ECRS Board - 2019/2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chair 

  • coordinates and initiates activities, liaises with the ISRE president/board, serves as spokesperson of the ECRS and represents the ECRS within the ISRE board  

Tanja S. H. Wingenbach, PhD, Post-doctoral Senior Research Fellow, University of Zurich/University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Secretary

  •  responsible for internal and external communication (i.e. communicates with the membership, e.g. through facebook, the ISRE mailing list), liaises with the ISRE conference organisers  

Claire A. Ashley, M.Sc., Cognitive Retrainer, Park Terrace Care Center, USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poster award coordinator 

  • coordinates the poster awards at each ISRE conference (contacting ISRE board, communicating with jury members, calls, etc.)  

Soohyun (Ashley) Lee, PhD student, Baruch College & The Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA 

 

 

 

Events coordinator  

  • coordinates special events, e.g., webinar series, social events, coaching, workshops

Melina West, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Connecticut, USA 

 

Current ISRE ECRS Volunteers 

 

  • Zhixin (Giselle) Pu, Ph.D. student, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

  • Manuel F. Gonzalez, Postdoctoral Researcher, Baruch College, City University of New York, USA

 

Former ISRE ECRS Volunteers

Heather Nuske                        Derya G├╝rcan Yildirim

Elena Walsh                            Michael Boiger

Vanessa Castro                       Alex Panicacci 

Cecilea Mun                            Vera Shuman

Elena Maria Canadas Espinosa             

 

Founder: Peter Lewinski

 

 

Want to get involved?

Are you an early career emotion researcher, an ISRE Associate Member, and do you have an appreciation for the initiatives organised by the ISRE Early Career Researchers Section? If so, are you keen to get involved yourself?! Our current projects include hosting a webinar series as well as facilitating a mentoring initiative. We are excited for you to help us best support our emotion research community. 

Please get in touch should you be interested in playing an active role in the ISRE ECRS, by emailing Tan (tanja.wingenbach@bath.edu). In your interest email, include a short bio as well as which initiative you prefer to get involved with, and why. Volunteer commitment should be at least 1 year.