Clinician Scientist Group Leader
The Francis Crick Institute is a new discovery biomedical research institute in central London. The institute is an innovative partnership between Cancer Research UK, the UK Medical Research Council, the Wellcome Trust and three of the UK’s leading universities, Imperial College London, King’s College London and University College London. For more details on the Crick’s strategy, with links to that of our partner universities, visit http://www.crick.ac.uk/strategy.
Central to the Crick’s mission is the development of collaborative and multi-disciplinary approaches, encompassing clinical, biological, and physical sciences. We are looking to build our community of medical researchers by joint recruitment of early career independent researchers with our partner universities.
In this round we are looking to recruit clinician scientists who have completed general and/or specialist training in accordance with the requirements of the GMC or have equivalent national medical registration outside the UK, and who wish to set up an independent research program at the Crick linked to a cognate department at Imperial, King’s or UCL.
Successful candidates will be appointed to the university department, but establish their main research base at the Crick for six years, during which time the Crick will provide core-funded research support positions, PhD studentships, consumables, laboratory space and access to state-of- the-art technology facilities.
Informal enquiries about the Francis Crick Institute or the application procedure can be made through: Clinicalemail@example.com
More experienced clinically qualified researchers in biomedical science are also invited to contact us at the above address to discuss potential opportunities.
- Application from candidates with a PhD and postdoctoral experience should be submitted via email to: Clinicalfirstname.lastname@example.org
- The closing date for applications is Midnight Thursday 11th October
- All offers of employment are subject to successful security screening and continuous eligibility to work in the United Kingdom.