The ACED programme are currently looking for talented and motivated clinical doctors who have a strong academic background and are passionate about research in cancer early detection. One CRUK ACED funded clinical fellowship, commencing in autumn 2023, will be available at the UCL ACED Centre.
Following an initial expression of interest, invited candidates will co-develop a 3-year research project focussed on early detection of primary cancer with their chosen supervisor as the basis of their fellowship application. Successful fellows will be based in their primary supervisor’s research group where their PhD will be registered, with an opportunity to select a co-supervisor from another ACED Centre.
Eligible candidates must hold a medical degree (MBBS or other registrable primary qualification in medicine) with relevant clinical experience and be eligible for full registration with the General Medical Council. Applications from candidates from all medical and surgical specialties are welcome; candidates at consultant grade (post-CCT qualification) will not be considered. Previous relevant research experience is desirable but not essential.
Deadline for expressions of interest is 5pm Friday 16th September 2022.
PLEASE NOTE: This vacancy is now CLOSED
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For any queries please contact Dr Dan Kelberman, UCL ACED Programme Manager (email@example.com)