Senior Clinical Research Fellow
MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL
The appointment will be on UCL Grade CL8. The salary range will be
£40,491 - £55,288 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.
The Medical Research Council’s Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) at UCL is one of the UK’s leading centres for clinical research. It conducts national and international clinical trials, meta-analyses and epidemiological studies mainly in cancer and infectious diseases. It is also part of a national network of eight regional Hubs for Trials Methodology Research, established by the MRC, to develop new and improved methods for the design, conduct and analysis of clinical trials.
A clinical fellowship within the Cancer Group offers an exciting opportunity to
experience all aspects of the clinical trial process, from design and initiation of new projects, trial management, analysis and publication. The post holder will provide clinical input into one of the Cancer Group’s large ongoing phase III trials (STAMPEDE, Add-Aspirin) and develop a research project based around the trial leading to a MD thesis related to their clinical interest. It is expected that the post-holder will maintain their clinical skills through a weekly outpatient session.
In the first instance this post is funded for three years.
You must be medically qualified with experience of working at the level of a
specialist registrar in a relevant medical specialty such as medical or clinical
oncology. Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to
work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team are essential.
Applicants must meet UCL home/EU fee payer status criteria:
and meet UCL general admissions criteria for study: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/
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If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or application process please contact Professor Ruth Langley email@example.com
Closing date: 15 October 2017. Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59.
We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.