Clinical Research Fellow in Gynaecological Medical Oncology
Publication date: 20 January 2017
This is an exceptional opportunity for a new appointment for a Clinical Research Fellow in Gynaecological Medical Oncology at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. We seek an ambitious, innovative individual to provide medical support to the consultants by primarily acting as co-investigator on a panel of investigator-initiated, molecularly targeted, phase II clinical trials.
The role offers an exciting opportunity to join a highly motivated and empowered workforce to increase research capacity and deliver innovative early phase research in compliance with Good Clinical Practice (ICH-GCP), Trust policy and other relevant requirements. The post holder, with consultant oversight, will be responsible for seeing new referrals, follow-ups and for managing the patient throughout all aspects of their trial experience.
This is a 10 session specialist registrar-level post funded through The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. The position is suitable for individuals in the middle of their specialist training who wish to gain further experience in gynaecological medical oncology (GMO) and the novel targeted approaches being developed through clinical trials to treat this group of diseases. The post holder will be expected to enrol for an MD thesis through the University of Manchester. The post holder will work with GMO consultants, research nurses, advanced nurse practitioners, clinical trials coordinators, translational research technician, secretarial support, rotating clinical fellows and specialty trainees.
The successful candidate will have experience in general oncology, internal medicine and clinical trials. Excellent communication, interpersonal and clinical leadership skills are also essential. All overseas candidates should hold an IELTS certificate.
Research and Development
Manchester Cancer Research Centre
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
How to apply
Deadline for applications: 5 February 2017
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