Clinical Training Fellow
UCL Division of Surgery and Interventional Science
Research Department of Targeted Intervention
The appointment will be on UCL Grade Speciality Training Registrar / Junior Doctor. The salary range will be £40,283 - £50,224 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.
We would like to invite applications from interested doctors in training for a fully funded 2-year research fellowship leading to the award of a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. There is a potential to extend this to a 3-year PhD depending on the candidate’s progress.
It is expected that the post holder will have strong interest in healthcare data that can be applied to luminal GI cancer. They will learn and develop expertise in the field of artificial intelligence including machine learning, deep learning, and data mining techniques.
The post holder will ensure the day-to-day management of the studies with the local Pi’s, with assistance of a trial coordinator for; initiation and development of protocols, recruitment of participants, data collection, data quality and management, data analysis, dissemination of results, writing for publication and presentation at national/international conferences.
This post is available from 01 September 2019 and initially funded for 24 months.
Applicants must hold a qualification in Medicine and be looking to gain a postgraduate research degree (MD or PhD). Completion of general medical training, GMC registered and must have a National Training Number are all essential. He/she must be familiar with the healthcare environment, have excellent time management skills and a meticulous approach to project
documentation, excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
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If you are unable to apply online please contact Faith Hanstater on email@example.com quoting job reference 1791885.
Closing date: 24 March 2019 at 23:59.
Interview date: To be confirmed.
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