Clinical Fellow in Cancer Genetics
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children/Royal Marsden Hospital are recruiting a Clinical Fellow in Cancer Genetics. The post will incorporate 6 months of clinical training at the Royal Marsden Hospital and the North East Thames Regional Cancer Genetics Service based at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
Further details are available here.
Vacancies: Members of the Medical Oncology Specialty Certificate Standard Setting Group
The MRCP(UK) is currently recruiting to several vacancies, including a Medical Oncologist to join the Medical Oncology Specialty Certificate Standard Setting Group. Further details here, and additional information on the role in the attached Responsibilities and Duties here.
Any expressions of interest should be sent to the MRCP office by 30 October.
CRUK Clinical Research Training Fellowship
Applications are invited for the post of Clinical Research/Training Fellow to undertake a PhD focussed on the immunobiology of hepatocellular carcinoma. Click here for details.
Closing date is 3 November.
3 Clinical Research Fellow posts (GI and lymphoma) at the Royal Marsden to start Sept 2020
Click here for information on the 2 x GI posts and here for information on the 1 x lymphoma post.
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.
Please click here for further details about the post and how to appy.