Anne Kever is a research scientist at the Keenan Research Centre for Biomedical Science (KRCBS) and the Barlo Multiple Sclerosis Centre. She obtained her Master and PhD in cognitive psychology from the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium. She is also a trained clinical psychologist specialized in cognitive-behavioral therapy. During a 3-year postdoc at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, she acquired extensive knowledge in the field of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Her primary research focus lies in understanding implications of psychosocial and cognitive factors for physical and mental health in clinical populations, particularly persons MS. She also recently developed a research program examining the role of cognitive biases in chronic, MS-related pain. Her goal is to use empirical methods to design targeted, evidence-based treatments to reduce disease-burden and improve quality of life in patients dealing with chronic (neurological) conditions. Despite her short career, she has published over 15 papers as first-author in international, peer-reviewed journals and regularly acts as reviewer for different scientific journals.