Clinical Research Fellowship
We are looking for medical graduates with an interest in immunotherapy in haematological malignancies for a Clinical Research Fellowship. The Fellowship provides up to 4 years' support for clinically qualified professionals to undertake research training at Barts Cancer Institute.
This training programme aims to develop a cohort of medically qualified scientists equipped both intellectually and technically to conduct the highest quality research on cancer.
The scheme is designed to accommodate the dual clinical-research training career path with students undertaking clinical duties on a rotational basis at the London Clinic. This programme includes a 25% clinical commitment.
The successful candidates will be employed as a Clinical Research Fellow at Barts Cancer Institute and will be required to register for a PhD, based on research undertaken during the fellowship.
Applicants will need to fulfil the following criteria:
- Have a medical degree from a recognised institution.
- Be at specialist registrar grade or above in Haematology
- Have full GMC registration and be licensed to practice
- Have an interest in the role of the tumour microenvironment in haematological malignancies
For an informal discussion, please contact the lead project supervisor:
Prof John Gribben
Telephone: 020 7882 3818
To apply for this role, please click the apply button and download and submit the specified application form and supporting materials.
Closing date: 16 September 2018 (23.59)