Dr. E.A.M. Feijen

Main activities
Paediatric Oncology
Focus of research

Late cardiotoxic effects of childhood cancer treatment.

Key publications
  • Feijen EAM, Leisenring WM, Stratton KL, Ness KK, van der Pal HJH, Caron HN, Armstrong GT, Green DM, Hudson MM, Oeffinger KC, Robison LL, Stovall M, Kremer LCM, Chow EJ, Equivalence Ratio for Daunorubicin to Doxorubicin in Relation to Late Heart Failure in Survivors of Childhood Cancer. J CLIN ONCOL 2015;33 (32):3774-3780 [PubMed]
  • Feijen ELAM, van der Pal HJ, van Dalen EC, Mulder RL, Bardi E, Kuehni C, Tissing WJE, Kremer LCM, A new method to facilitate valid and consistent grading cardiac events in childhood cancer survivors using medical records. PLOS ONE 2014;9 (7):e100432 [PubMed]
All Publications
Curriculum Vitae

Dr. E.A.M (Lieke) Feijen
Emma Children’s Hospital, AMC Amsterdam
Address, Office: H8 Meibergdreef 9 2505AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Telephone, Office: +31 20 5669111


  • Postdoc late effects research group in the EKZ/AMC Amsterdam


  • Postdoc to Drs. N. STreefkerk: KWF funded project burden of disease in childhood cancer survivors
  • Observational study: clinical cardiac events after childhood cancer treatment in the Netherlands  
  • PanCareSurFup WP3: cardiovascular disease after childhood cancer treatment in the Europe


University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Dutch Childhood cancer survivors: cardiovascular disease & social outcomes.
PhD date 30 September 2015

Objectives PhD project:

A new method to facilitate valid and consistent grading cardiac events in childhood cancer survivors using medical records.
Equivalence ratio for daunorubicin to doxorubicin in relation to late heart failure.
Incidence of cardiac chronic health conditions and associated risk factors in a nationwide Dutch cohort of 5-year childhood cancer survivors.
A methodological set-up of the Cardiac Pan-European study.
Adverse social outcomes in survivors of childhood cancer.
Hospitalization-related health problems and involved medical specialties in childhood cancer survivors: a medical record linkage study

Vrije University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Master of Science in Human movement science, specialization: Coordination, learning and development of an action, February 2009
Master thesis “Acquiring a Novel Coordination Skill without Practicing the Correct Motor Commands” The topic of my thesis was whether motor commands or sensory consequences initiate acquisition of a new bimanual movement.

University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Bachelor of Health in Physical therapy. June 2003

Research programmes

Prof. L.C.M. Kremer MD PhD (Evidence Based Pediatric Care)