The Clinical Haematology Department at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust are currently welcoming applications for highly-motivated Clinical Research Fellows. Successful applicants will have up to 3 years of protected full-time clinical research, undertaking studies leading to a Masters, MD or PhD at Imperial College London. During this time they will also undertake clinical duties for the acute trust, participating in a resident specialist haematology registrar on-call rota at night covering the Clinical Haematology unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, 1 in 5 (nights only) equivalent to approximately 6 nights per month.
Research opportunities will be offered in a wide range of haematology disciplines including haemato-oncology, haemostasis and thrombosis, auto-immune diseases, transfusion medicine, haemoglobinopathies, stem cell transplantation, clinical trial design and conduct, and haematopathology. Projects may be basic science, translational medicine or clinical haematology and collaborations across Imperial College and with other institutions will be encouraged. Details on the available research opportunities can be found in the job description and prospective candidates are encouraged to approach individual faculty members to discuss their interests and for further information. The fellowship will cover salary up to senior registrar level and courses fees at Home/EU rate.
The Clinical Haematology Unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust comprises a large practice covering the whole range of blood diseases, including malignancies and stem cell transplantation. There are 50 inpatient beds over three wards, and a dedicated Haematology Centre housing a busy outpatient department and an expanding Daycare and Ambulatory Care Unit.
These posts will be offered for appointments of one, two or three years, dependent upon the successful candidates proposed academic degrees; those working for two or three years will be expected to register for a higher degree (MD, PhD) and those working for one year will be encouraged to register for a Master's programme. The anticipated start date is February 2019, but there will be opportunities to join the team at other times. The successful candidates will mainly be based at the Hammersmith Campus, located in East Acton.
Proven experience in an acute hospital setting and within a relevant specialty is essential. You must also be able to demonstrate some previous experience in research and show evidence of your ability to develop personal research projects.
This is an excellent opportunity to further your academic career at one of the top institutions and academic haematology departments in Europe. For further details and informal enquiries, please contact Professor Jane Apperley
This advert closes on Friday 11 Jan 2019
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