Anne-Floor specialises in public trust in science, public involvement in science, and evidence-informed policy.
Education and career
Anne-Floor studied at University College Utrecht and completed her MSc in Neuroscience at Utrecht University, with a minor in science education. She wrote her PhD-thesis on patient involvement in health research decision-making, which she defended at the VU Amsterdam. Afterwards, she was employed at UMC Utrecht as a policy advisor to the Board of Directors.
In 2020-2021, Anne-Floor was seconded to the UNESCO headquarters in Paris. As an Open Science expert, she contributed to drafting the global UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science, which will be adopted by the member states in November 2021.
Anne-Floor is a board member at the Foundation for Courses on Science journalism. She is also a member of the Netherlands Graduate Research School WTMC.