We are now inviting applications for the 2017 Clinical Research Training Fellowship DPhil intake for the CRUK and MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology at the University of Oxford. The Fellowships are available to medically qualified individuals who are undertaking their specialist training in any clinical discipline, and who want to obtain a DPhil with a view to an academic career in any branch of cancer research. Candidates must be clinically qualified, and able to be GMC registered.Priority will be given to those in training in radiation/clinical oncology but candidates from any discipline involved in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer are welcome.Applicants should demonstrate some previous research experience, which may include peer-reviewed publications, and have a strong commitment to the future pursuit of research.We strongly advise prospective applicants to discuss their research interests with potential supervisors prior to applying.Further information on available projects can be obtained from our website: www.rob.ox.ac.uk or by contacting the Recruitment Team using the email address below.The posts will be available for a fixed-term of 3 years in the first instance, with a commencement date to be negotiated with the successful fellows. In addition to a salary for 3 years, the Fellowship will fund full tuition and college fees for the duration of training.All applicants must complete a short application form and upload a CV, supporting statement and supplementary information form. To apply for this role, please click on the ‘Apply Now’ button.The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 13 March 2017. Interviews are scheduled for the end of March 2017.
Clinical Research Training Fellowship
Monday, March 13, 2017 - 12:00
Department of Oncology
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