Andrea Evers holds a Ph.D. degree. She is a Professor of psychobiology for somatic conditions and clinical psychologist/psychotherapist at the Department of Medical Psychology, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands, and a Coordinator at the Radboud Expert Centre for Psychology and Medicine. Her research line encompasses translational research from psychobiological mechanisms to diagnostic and treatments for somatic conditions, for example, in the field of chronic pain and itch. For her research contributions, she received different grants and academic awards. She made many contributions for educational purposes through presentations, workshops, and contributions to books for a broad group of health professionals. Evers also participated in several research institutes and is a member of national and international working groups, committees, and editorial advisory boards. Her current research projects focus on psychobiological stress mechanisms and treatments, personalized medicine, the role of the placebo effect in psychological and pharmacological interventions, and E-health cognitive-behavioral interventions.
Biography Updated on 3 December 2013