About the Fellowships

Candidates will be expected to undertake a research project within one of the BRC’s Research Themes. To facilitate training in Translational Medicine, trainees will have dual supervision by one clinician/clinician scientist and one scientists/researcher.  It is anticipated that during the one year period of the CTF successful candidates will be expected to:

  • Complete core training modules in Translational and Experimental Medicine, relevant to their discipline,
  • Actively pursue their research project,
  • Prepare a research fellowship application for submission to an external funding body, such as a Research Council, Charity or NIHR, to support a further period of research and, where relevant, use this funding to support a 3 year PhD programme.
  • Prepare scientific/research data to be presented at internal and external meetings in relation to the programme of research where relevant.

•            Actively participate in research and BRC related meetings and Public engagement activities as appropriate. Successful candidates will become members of the BRC Faculty of Translational Medicine. Trainees will have access to core facilities, bioinformatics and training support via the BRC resource centre.  Laboratory projects will be based in the laboratories and clinical areas within the Trust and College. This fellowship is open to EU and Home students only.

The full list of our 2019 projects can be found below and in the Project Catalogue (531 kb).

Please note these projects are not definitive and will be subject to change and additions in January 2020.
Applicants should state clearly in the personal statement section of the online application which BRC project they are interested in applying for. Applicants should include in their personal statement relevant research publications and funding awards that would help support your application.

This advert is now closed.  There will be no further calls in 2020

Hear from our Fellows

Professor Andrew Cope speaks to BRC clinical training fellows Lucy Durham and Natasha Hezelgrave about the one year fellowship.

The full list of our 2019 projects can be found below and in the Project catalogue (531 kb).

Please note these projects are not definitive and will be subject to change and additions in January 2020