Applications for this call are closed
The Francis Crick Institute and unversities partnered with the NIHR Biomedical Research Centres based in London are keen to support training in experimental medicine. The Clinical Training Fellowships (CTFs) work collaboratively across these institutions.
We are seeking applicants for the third iteration of their joint Clinical Training Fellowships
This initiative aims to recruit the most promising research-oriented trainee doctors to undertake a fully funded, one-year fellowship through which will accelerate their research skills and knowledge in translational and experimental medicine.
The research projects for the Fellowships will be jointly supervised by PIs from the Crick and from one of the NIHR BRC partners at UCL, Imperial, KCL, Moorfields, and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology.
This Fellowship is an outstanding opportunity to work with and learn from leading edge biomedical research teams from some of the world’s highest ranking research universities. In addition to pursuing their project, Fellows will also be supported in preparation of applications for continued funding of the project and registration for a PhD.
The collaborations to date have been highly successful and we look forward to receiving applications from high calibre clinical trainees who can demonstrate a commitment to a career in academic medicine. Previous research experience is essential and candidates should show a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals. Candidates must have:
- Relevant professional qualification or degree with distinction/honours;
- GMC Registration;
- Eligibility to work in the UK
For full details of the application process, please download the job pack
For further information see also the Crick Fellowship page
Application deadline: Friday 1 April 2016, 17:00.
For enquiries please contact John Masih, Manager of the School of Translational and Experimental Medicine at John.Masih@gstt.nhs.uk