Drug Development Fellowship for Medical Oncology Trainees
The Drug Development Fellowship is aimed at Medical Doctors who are currently undergoing specialist training (StR/SpR) in Oncology.
Established in 2013, the program was designed to diversify and broaden clinical training through exposure to clinical research methodology from the pharmaceutical medicine perspective. The fellowship will be 1 year in duration, primarily based at Roche Products Ltd in Welwyn Garden City, UK, within the Clinical Development Group; responsible for the strategy, design and execution of early phase clinical trials.
There will be the opportunity for travel and direct interaction across Roche/Genentech. Your supervisor will be an experienced, UK accredited Consultant Physician Based in Roche, Welwyn working within Clinical Development. In order to take up the post, you will be expected to have an Out Of Program (OOP) approved by your Training Programme Director/Deanery.
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Specialist Advisor (Hospitals - Medical Oncology)
Salary: £300 per day
Hours of Work: As and when required.
Closing Date: 21 August 2019 11:45PM
Are you committed to helping us regulate health and social care within England?
The Care Quality Commission are looking for individuals who are caring, demonstrate integrity, work great as part of a team and always strive for excellence in everything they do to help us make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.
Let us tell you a little bit about the role....
We welcome those who are deeply passionate about quality in healthcare services and wish to seek to make a lasting contribution to improving the experiences of service users and families in the delivery of effective regulation, credible inspections and tangible quality improvements.
Specialist Advisors (SpAs) are clinicians who assist on inspection of health and adult social care providers on an ad-hoc basis. As part of the inspection team, SpAs provide specialist advice, which helps to ensure that CQC’s judgements are informed by up-to-date and credible clinical and professional knowledge and experience
What we're looking for from you...
We are specifically looking for Medical Oncologists involved in the delivery or management of cancer. The role is ad-hoc and can be undertaken alongside your current role.
You will have up-to-date and credible clinical and professional knowledge and experience which will help you evaluate and analyse evidence and information.
You should be a skilled communicator, with the ability to engage with staff, service users and stakeholders at every level. You should be able to demonstrate the ability to interpret complex information and be comfortable working transparently as part of a team.
If you're interested and think this is the perfect job for you, apply today!
Consultant Medical Oncologist in Newcastle - with gynae interest
The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are delighted to be able to offer an opportunity for a highly motivated, ambitious individual to join our well integrated team as a Consultant Medical Oncologist, as soon as possible. Applicants wishing to work full time or part time would be considered.
The current opportunity is for a Consultant Medical Oncologist with an interest in gynaecological cancer plus or minus another tumour site. You will provide care within the NCCC, as well as in one of the peripheral trusts linked to Newcastle, reflecting the regional nature of the service.
In addition to the challenges of the role, we can offer you a commitment to teaching, education, research and audit.
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Clinical Research Training Fellowships (London)
The newly established CRUK City of London (CoL) Centre is now recruiting for Clinical Research Training Fellows starting in September 2019. The centre is introducing a novel collaborative PhD training programme for clinical trainees to carry out multi-disciplinary research projects with a focus on cancer biotherapeutics. The CoL Centre brings together researchers from the CRUK centres based at the Francis Crick Institute, UCL, Barts / Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London with the aim to generate innovative biological therapies, diagnostics and stratification strategies working from an evolutionary and immunological perspective.
Fellows enrolled in the programme will benefit from multi-disciplinary training, cross-institutional research placements, cohort-building activities and a broad range of scientific and transferable skills training. Trainees will be based in their primary supervisor’s research group, receiving additional advice and guidance from a secondary supervisor and thesis committee. For more information and details on how to apply please visit the training programme website.