How to join ReMO

If you would like to participate in our action, there are a number of ways to do so:

Join a ReMO Working Group

If you are interested in contributing to the objectives of ReMO, please send an application to join a Working Group through this link:

Working Group membership is open to any individual affiliated in a legal entity anywhere in the world. Although funding for individuals based in third countries to attend meetings is only supported by COST in very limited circumstances, most of our activities will take part virtually or in hybrid format and participants from Third Countries are welcome to contribute to our work..

The Working Group application form requires you to choose which Working Group you would like to join and to describe your Scientific Background, your Motivation and your Working Group Contribution. We encourage you to read the Researcher Mental Health and Well-being Manifesto and consider how you could contribute to achieving its aims through one of our Working Groups.

The evaluation of WG applications requires Management Committee approval by Working Group Chairs.

As a participant in ReMO activities

A number of activities will be held over the course of the ReMO action. These include training schools, short-term scientific missions, ITC Conference Grants, workshops, conferences, webinars etc. Details of these opportunities will be available here on the activities page and communicated to all members by email. Although some activities are only available to ReMO members, most are open to participation by a wider audience.

As a Management Committee (MC) member

The MC is responsible for the coordination, implementation and management of ReMO. Up to two representatives per COST Member country can be nominated to the MC. It is therefore a good idea for you to check whether your country already has two MC members on our Management Committee page. To participate as an MC, please contact the ReMO Grant Manager Brian Cahill (brian.cahilltibeu) and the leader of the Working Group (WG) that you would like to join (see Working Groups pages for details) who will provide details of how to do so. If your country is not already part of ReMO, you will also need to contact the COST National Coordinator (CNC) for your country.


The ReMO COST Action on Researcher Mental Health is funded by the COST Association with support from the Horizon Europe Framework Programme of the EU under the project number CA19117.

COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation.