School of Translational and Experimental Medicine (STEM) fellowships

1. NIHR Clinical Training Fellows

These fellowships give medically qualified clinicians 1 year ‘out of programme’ to focus on research and training in experimental medicine. The year provides protected research time to gain pilot data and work on competitive applications to external funding bodies to fund continuation of the project into a PhD.


2. Research Training Fellows for Allied Health Professionals, Nursing and Midwives

These fellowships give protected research time to Allied Health Professionals, Nurses, Midwives, Pharmacists and Health Scientists. During the year it is expected that fellows undertake research training including an MRes in Clinical Research as part of the fellowship.


3. Research Training Fellowships at the interface of mental and physical health 

We wish to offer a comprehensive portfolio of collaborative and interdisciplinary projects that involve both our NIHR Biomedical Research Centre and the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre/Biomedical Research Unit at South London and Maudsley, combining supervisory expertise and resources from the two organisations. This is to facilitate collaborative working on joint mental and physical health research projects.


4.  PhD Studentships in Translational Medicine

A strategic goal of STEM is to build on its translational research capacity through training and education. To this end we aim to recruit outstanding science graduates to a four year PhD Studentship Programme in Translational Medicine to work on internationally-competitive research projects, equipping them to exploit excellence in basic research for improving the health of local and national patient populations.


5. Kings College London Prize Fellowships
These fellowships seek to recruit outstanding postdoctoral basic or translational/clinical scientists who can contribute their expertise to King’s research programmes, while establishing their own independent careers.


For any queries please email Claire.Dossi@gstt.nhs.uk, Training Manager or call 020 7188 7188 extension 51239.