Clinical Fellow in Urology
This is your opportunity to launch a career in world-leading cancer research. You will play your part in our overall strategy to drive the adoption of more personalised treatment approaches. We are looking for candidates with ambition, commitment and a strong desire to develop a career in cancer research.
Position 1. CRUK RadNet Clinical Fellow in Translational GU Clinical Oncology
Project lead Professor Robert Bristow, Robert.Bristow@manchester.ac.uk
A two year CRUK RadNet Clinical Fellowship has been created to allow the applicant to gain clinical and research experience in translational molecular oncology.
The key purpose of this post is to help develop and apply a translational program in primary prostate cancers and their metastases in patients with hormone-sensitive prostate cancer presenting as M1 treatment-naïve disease with bone or lymph node metastases. The post will help develop and optimise the clinical trial pathway to ensure optimal tissue acquisition and analyses relating to the HYPROGEN trial.
Position 2. CRUK RadNet Clinical Fellow in Advanced Radiotherapy
Project lead Professor Peter Hoskin, email@example.com
A two year clinical fellowship has been created to allow the applicant to gain experience in advanced radiotherapy and imaging. The particular emphasis of this fellowship will be towards the technological advances in Radiation Oncology. This position could be adapted to an MD if the candidate desired.
The applicant would be involved in developing clinical trials using the MR-Linac with a particular focus on gynaecological cancers and would be encouraged to pursue original research projects. It would be expected that such work would lead to abstracts, presentations and publications.
Position 3. Clinical Research Fellow in Uro-Oncology
Project lead Professor Ananya Choudhury, firstname.lastname@example.org
A one year fellowship has been created to allow the successful candidate to gain clinical and research experience in Uro–Oncology. The particular emphasis of this fellowship will be towards the technological advances in Radiation Oncology. The fellowship will allow you to gain in depth experience in advanced radiotherapy techniques such as intensity modulated radiotherapy, advanced image-guided radiotherapy using the MR-Linac and brachytherapy. There will also be the opportunity to gain experience in phase I–III systemic therapy trials and pursue original research projects.
For any informal enquiries about this post, please contact the relevant project led by e-mail.