A core part of the Crick is our community of medical researchers.
We are looking for clinician scientists from all specialities to join the Crick community.
One of our central goals is to develop collaborative and multidisciplinary approaches that combine clinical, biological and physical sciences. Over the next few years, we will be enhancing our focus on human biology and human disease specifically.
Crick clinical group leaders are appointed to a department at one of our partner universities (Imperial College London, King's College London and UCL), but establish their main research base at the Crick.
- A competitive salary
- Salaries and consumables for up to five lab members, including graduate students
- Opportunity to expand through external grant funding
- Ready access to Crick technology platforms and facilities
- Full lab setup in state-of-the-art laboratory space
Successful candidates will receive funding to establish their research base at the Crick for an initial six years, renewable subject to satisfactory review to a total of 12 years. Up to 20% of time can be spent on clinical work.
What we're looking for
- A higher degree (PhD or equivalent) and experience conducting research in a relevant field
- A medical degree and GMC licence to practice medicine
- Certificate of completion of general and specialist medicine training (GMC or equivalent)
- The ability to communicate well, convey ideas and concepts clearly and effectively
- Growing reputation in the field of research demonstrated through publications and conference presentations
- A strong and distinctive research vision
- The potential to provide academic leadership
We are able to support flexible working, including part-time work schedules, and will support visa applications for successful candidates and their families.
We believe diversity is integral to scientific excellence. We particularly welcome applications from candidates with backgrounds that are currently under-represented in science.
To apply, please click the apply button.