Joost Verhoeff

PROF.DR., Professor


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= Safe the date: Friday March 14th 15.45hr: Inaugural lecture Joost Verhoeff

Joost Verhoeff is a radiation oncologist and professor of radiotherapy at the Amsterdam UMC. He has been appointed as the head of the Radiotherapy department, where he leads a team of highly qualified professionals. He specializes in the treatment of brain tumors, lung cancer, and heart arrhythmias with high-precision radiotherapy. Verhoeff is involved in various clinical trials and research projects to provide the best customized care for each patient. He is a driven and innovative physician-researcher who aims to improve the quality of life and survival rates of cancer patients.


  • Szabolcs David

PhD students:

  • Pim Damen MD (lung cancer, immune-related toxicity)
  • Mathijs Tomassen MD (lung cancer, interstitial lung disease)
  • Anouk de Jong MD (glioma, neuro-oncology)
  • Eva van Grinsven MSc (neuro-psychology, brain tumors)
  • Arthur van der Boog BS (brain tumors, clinical trials)
  • Belle van Duin MD (melanoma, imaging, pathology)
  • Fia Cialdella MD (brain metastases, neuro-oncology)
  • Annemarijn Brandwijk (prospective cohorts, QoL, PROMs)


Irradiation, brain tumor treatments

External positions

Visiting scientist, UMC Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands

1 Oct 2023 → …

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