RadNet Clinical Academic Fellowships2020-05-04T15:14:07+00:00

RadNet Clinical Academic Fellowships

We have an outstanding opportunity to apply for RadNet City of London clinical academic fellowship.

We are inviting applications from excellent individuals aiming to develop a clinical academic research career in radiation biology and/or radiation oncology. You will be expected to develop and ultimately lead a programme of research work related to understanding cancer radiation biology embedded within a truly world class environment of cancer research and clinical infrastructure.

The position is funded for 4 years in the first instance.

Application deadline: 30th May 2020

You will have research expertise in radiation oncology, as well as proven experience and training in radiation oncology.  The position combines a 20-50% NHS clinical component at one of the City of London hospitals. Have obtained a higher degree (MD/PhD) in a cancer-relevant research area. Have obtained your CCT and hold consultant status, or a national training number (NTN or NTN (A)) and at the time of award have clear plans for obtaining your CCT or equivalent with a radiation oncology qualification. Evidence of balancing other commitments e.g. clinical, teaching, supervision activities.

You will demonstrate potential to be an internationally leading researcher within your field, with the ability to initiate, design and supervise laboratory and clinical-related research. Started/considering to build your own research network, independent from your current group leader/supervisor. Evidence of developing independent research ideas. Started to make/develop important research contributions. An awareness of research in other fields/disciplines and how your own research could benefit from multidisciplinary interaction/collaboration. Started to be identified for your expertise in your field through e.g. peer review experience, selected to present at conferences.

Please follow the link to apply.

For informal enquiries about the role please contact Prof Gary Royle (g.royle@ucl.ac.uk) or Prof Maria Hawkins (m.hawkins@ucl.ac.uk).