May 18, 2023 · Professor of Breast Cancer Clinical Oncology, Department of Oncology, NIHR Research Professor and Director of Cancer Research UK RadNet Cambridge Professor Coles leads practice-changing breast radiotherapy trials, has influenced international hypofractionation policy and is addressing global health, gender and equity challenges within the. .
Your opportunity to undertake a prestigious fellowship at Europe’s largest single site comprehensive cancer centre.
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. Members of the Medical Oncology Fellowship committee: Dr Natalie Cook, Dr Tom Waddell and Dr Mairéad McNamara. .
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The hospital has 2,500 staff, 400 volunteers and 20,000. .
What does the academic placement involve? The ACF undergoes training in the generic skills required for a clinical academic: scientific methods, statistics, research governance, critical appraisal of research publication, grant writing etc.
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The Christie welcomes fellows from every discipline, medical, nursing, pharmacy and other cancer professionals.
We are part of the YCR/CR-UK Cancer Research Centre in Sheffield, which supports a number of clinical and non-clinical training fellowships across the University. Leverage your professional network, and get hired. Christie International Fellowship Programme.
The Christie International School of Oncology. Barts Cancer Institute (BCI) is a major international centre of excellence in pre-clinical, translational and clinical cancer research, fully integrated into the care of patients at Barts Health NHS Trust. . . Applications closed for 2023 The RCR Summer Undergraduate Fellowships (SURF) in Clinical Oncology provide medical students with a unique opportunity to undertake a research project in the field of academic clinical oncology during their early years of study.
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NHS LOTHIAN. A 3-6 month clinical fellowship is an exciting opportunity to gain clinical experience in the management of gynaecological cancers in a world-leading centre.
Clinical Oncology has close links with the Institute for Cancer Studies (Director, Professor Mark Meuth) in the Medical School, and other research groups in the Department of Oncology.