Clinical Lecturer in Radiology
School of Medicine
Applications are invited from Radiology specialty trainees with outstanding
potential to develop into a clinical academic leader. This post will provide
clinical training in Radiology, along with an excellent opportunity to develop
a research portfolio.
The post is part of the Scottish Clinical Research Excellence Development
It is available to candidates who already hold a National Training Number
in the relevant specialty. The successful applicant will be expected to transfer to an East of Scotland NTN, and will hold an honorary clinical appointment as a Specialty Trainee in Radiology.
The lectureship is for the duration of remaining specialty training, i.e. up to 5
years, and the postholder will spend 20% of their time developing a relevant
research programme. Research activities will be based in the University of
Dundee’s Division of Cancer Research, at the Ninewells Hospital & Medical
Sub specialty training will be encouraged in line with the research topic
chosen. As per RCR recommendation, the successful candidate will be
expected to maintain core general radiology skills. They would be expected
to take part in the general radiology on-call.
Further particulars about the dynamic research programme in which the postholder will be based are available at http://medicine.dundee.ac.uk/staff-member/dr-sarah-vinnicombe and http://medicine.dundee.ac.uk/staff-member/professor-j-graeme-houston.
For additional information, please contact Professor Andrew Evans,
email@example.com, tel: 01382 383014, Dr Sarah Vinnicombe,
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 01382 383286 or Professor Graeme
Houston, email@example.com tel: 01382 383012, Dr R Bhat, TPD,
To apply and for further details please click the apply button. Please quote Reference number SMED0280.
Closing date: 30 October 2017.
The University of Dundee is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
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