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Principal Investigator

J.F. (Joanne) Olieman, PhD

Research coordinator, registered pediatric dietician

  • Department
  • Division of Dietetics, Department of Internal Medicine, Thema Dijkzigt.
  • Focus area
  • Nutritional Assessment, Children, intestinal failure, home parenteral nutrition
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About

Introduction

As a senior pediatric dietitian I have a considerable dietary experience in complex diseases especially in the field of intestinal failure,  parenteral nutrition and nutritional status. In my Phd project I have studied the short and long term effects of infatile short bowel syndrome.  The focus was on nutrition and nutritional status in child and young adulthood.  I have have been at the craddle of the multidisciplinary Intestinal Failure team at Sophia children's hospital,  who made home parenteral nutrition possible. I have been coordinator of this team after my phd defense for 9 years.  I have  led national projects on the performance indicator of malnutrition in children, I have been coordinator of the pediatric dietitians team and since 2018 I am responsible for setting up the research group clinical and experimental dietetics and developing research lines. Current research lines are nutritional status and specific diets for which we  use our core facility nutritional assessement. 

Field(s) of expertise

Nutritional Assessment, Children, intestinal failure, home parenteral nutrition.

Education and career

2018 - present Coordinator post-doc research dietician, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam
2009 - 2018 Coordinator Multidisciplinary Intestinal Failure team, Erasmus Medical Center- Sophia Children’s hospital Rotterdam
2013 - 2016 Coordinator Team Pediatric dieticians, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam
2009 - 2012 Project manager Performance Indicator Malnutrition in hospitalized children, Dutch Steering group Malnutrition
2004 - 2009 PhD- thesis: Infantile short bowel syndrome; long and short term evaluation

Publications

1. de Man FM, van Eerden RAG, van Doorn GM, Oomen-de Hoop E, Koolen SLW, Olieman JF, et al. Effects of Protein and Calorie Restriction on the Metabolism and Toxicity Profile of Irinotecan in        Cancer Patients. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2021;109(5):1304-13.

2. Olieman J, Kastelijn W. Nutritional Feeding Strategies in Pediatric Intestinal Failure. Nutrients. 2020;12(1).

3. Neelis E, Kouwenhoven S, Olieman J, Tabbers M, Jonkers C, Wells J, et al. Body Composition Using Air Displacement Plethysmography in Children With Intestinal Failure Receiving Long-Term          Home Parenteral Nutrition. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2020;44(2):318-26.

4. van Oers HA, Haverman L, Olieman JF, Neelis EG, Jonkers-Schuitema CF, Grootenhuis MA, et al. Health-related quality of life, anxiety, depression and distress of mothers and fathers of children      on Home parenteral nutrition. Clin Nutr. 2019;38(4):1905-12.

5. van der Louw EJ, Olieman JF, Catsman-Berrevoets CE, Vincent A. Author response to 'Problems associated with a highly artificial ketogenic diet: Letter to the Editor Re: van der Louw EJTM,              Olieman JF, van den Bemt PMLA, et al. "Ketogenic diet treatment as adjuvant to standard treatment of glioblastoma multiforme: a feasibility and safety study"'. Ther Adv Med Oncol.                            2019;11:1758835919882584.

6. van der Louw E, Reddingius RE, Olieman JF, Neuteboom RF, Catsman-Berrevoets CE. Ketogenic diet treatment in recurrent diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma in children: A safety and feasibility              study. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2019;66(3):e27561.

7. van der Louw E, Olieman JF, van den Bemt P, Bromberg JEC, Oomen-de Hoop E, Neuteboom RF, et al. Ketogenic diet treatment as adjuvant to standard treatment of glioblastoma multiforme: a        feasibility and safety study. Ther Adv Med Oncol. 2019;11:1758835919853958.

8. van der Louw E, Olieman J, Poley MJ, Wesstein T, Vehmeijer F, Catsman-Berrevoets C, et al. Outpatient initiation of the ketogenic diet in children with pharmacoresistant epilepsy: An                          effectiveness, safety and economic perspective. Eur J Paediatr Neurol. 2019;23(5):740-8.

9. Neelis E, Kouwenhoven S, Olieman J, Tabbers M, Jonkers C, Wells J, et al. Body Composition Using Air Displacement Plethysmography in Children With Intestinal Failure Receiving Long-Term          Home Parenteral Nutrition. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2019.

10. van Oers HA, Haverman L, Olieman JF, Neelis EG, Jonkers-Schuitema CF, Grootenhuis MA, et al. Health-related quality of life, anxiety, depression and distress of mothers and fathers of                    children on Home parenteral nutrition. Clin Nutr. 2018.

11. Neelis E, Rijnen N, Sluimer J, Olieman J, Rizopoulos D, Wijnen R, et al. Bone health of children with intestinal failure measured by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry and digital X-ray                            radiogrammetry. Clin Nutr. 2018;37(2):687-94.

12. Neelis E, Olieman J, Rizopoulos D, Wijnen R, Rings E, de Koning B, et al. Growth, Body Composition, and Micronutrient Abnormalities During and After Weaning Off Home Parenteral Nutrition. J        Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2018;67(5):e95-e100.

13. van der Louw EJ, Williams TJ, Henry-Barron BJ, Olieman JF, Duvekot JJ, Vermeulen MJ, et al. Ketogenic diet therapy for epilepsy during pregnancy: A case series. Seizure. 2017;45:198-201.

14. Leeuwen L, Mous DS, van Rosmalen J, Olieman JF, Andriessen L, Gischler SJ, et al. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia and Growth to 12 Years. Pediatrics. 2017;140(2).

15. Hulshof EC, Hanff LM, Olieman J, de Vette S, Driessen GJ, Meeussen C, et al. Taurolidine in Pediatric Home Parenteral Nutrition Patients. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2017;36(2):233-5.

16. Groen H, Neelis EG, Poley MJ, Olieman JF, Scheenstra R, Krabbe PF, et al. Intestinal rehabilitation for children with intestinal failure is cost-effective: a simulation study. Am J Clin Nutr.                        2017;105(2):417-25.

17. Neelis EG, Olieman JF, Hulst JM, de Koning BA, Wijnen RM, Rings EH. Promoting intestinal adaptation by nutrition and medication. Best Pract Res Clin Gastroenterol. 2016;30(2):249-61.

18. de Betue CT, van Steenselen WN, Hulst JM, Olieman JF, Augustus M, Mohd Din SH, et al. Achieving energy goals at day 4 after admission in critically ill children; predictive for outcome? Clin               Nutr. 2015;34(1):115-22.

19. Olieman JFY, H.; de Koning, B.A.; Tibboel, D. Short Bowel Syndrome: Management and Treatment In: Watson RRG, G.; Preedy V.R.; Zibady S., editor. Nutrition in Infancy. Nutrition and Health.          2. New York: Springer; 2013. p. 43-55.

20. Goulet O, Olieman J, Ksiazyk J, Spolidoro J, Tibboe D, Kohler H, et al. Neonatal short bowel syndrome as a model of intestinal failure: physiological background for enteral feeding. Clin Nutr.              2013;32(2):162-71.

21. Olieman JF, Penning C, Spoel M, Ijsselstijn H, van den Hoonaard TL, Escher JC, et al. Long-term impact of infantile short bowel syndrome on nutritional status and growth. Br J Nutr.                            2012;107(10):1489-97.

22. Olieman JF, Penning C, Poley MJ, Utens EM, Hop WC, Tibboel D. Impact of infantile short bowel syndrome on long-term health-related quality of life: a cross-sectional study. J Pediatr Surg.                2012;47(7):1309-16.

23. Strijbosch RA, van den Hoonaard TL, Olieman JF, Escher JC, Alwayn IP, Meijers-Ijsselstijn H. [Fish oil in prolonged parenteral nutrition in children--omega-3-fatty acids have a beneficial effect on        the liver] Visolie bij langdurige parenterale voeding bij kinderen--omega-3-vetzuren hebben gunstig effect op lever. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 2010;154:A2003.

24. Olieman JF, Poley MJ, Gischler SJ, Penning C, Escher JC, van den Hoonaard TL, et al. Interdisciplinary management of infantile short bowel syndrome: resource consumption, growth, and                nutrition. J Pediatr Surg. 2010;45(3):490-8.

25. Olieman JF, Penning C, Ijsselstijn H, Escher JC, Joosten KF, Hulst JM, et al. Enteral nutrition in children with short-bowel syndrome: current evidence and recommendations for the clinician. J            Am  Diet Assoc. 2010;110(3):420-6.

26. Olieman JF, Tibboel D, Penning C. Growth and nutritional aspects of infantile short bowel syndrome for the past 2 decades. J Pediatr Surg. 2008;43(11):2061-9.

27. Calis EA, Olieman JF, Rieken R, Penning C. Impact of malnutrition on gastrointestinal disorders and gross motor abilities in children with cerebral palsy. Brain Dev. 2007;29(8):534.

Teaching activities

Co-promoting PhD-students
Post- HBO education for Dieticians 
Medical students, supervising master thesis on intestinal failure and nutritional assessments
Bachelor students Dietetics, supervising on bachelor thesis on Intestinal failure, nutritional assessments and malnutrition
Teaching other health professionals on nutrition and disease and nutritional status

Other positions

2019 - present  Member of VKC (nutritional quality committee) Erasmus MC
2018 - present  Treasurer of NESPEN Clinical nutrition and metabolism
2013 - present  Secretary Nutritional questions committee
June 2011 - present  Reviewer Clinical Nutrition, JAND, BJN, JPGN, AJCN
2010 - 2018 Board member of NESPEN Clinical nutrition and metabolism, organizing ESPEN congress 2017 in The Hague.
2009 - present   Member Dutch Dieticians Society (NVD)
2008 - present  member of NESPEN and ESPEN
2009 - present   member of National Steering group Malnutrition
2008 - present  Member of National Foundation of Intestinal Failure

Scholarships, grants, and awards

2020 Koers 23: Nutritional Assessment