Clinical fellows

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Foreword from Peter Ratcliffe, the Crick's Clinical Research Director

The Crick aims to promote discovery without boundaries. We are strongly committed to the scientific training of clinically qualified individuals from any speciality, who are enthusiastic about biomedical discovery. Our programmes aim to provide a first-class training, in an inspiring environment, and to provide a 'life defining' experience - particularly for those seeking a future career in biomedical science and experimental medicine. You will work alongside, and have the opportunity to interact with, one of the world's largest groupings of internationally-leading biomedical scientists working in fields and disciplines relevant to cancer medicine. Formal training, mentorship and career advice will be linked to a classical 'hands on' research program in your supervisor's laboratory. 

Opportunities for Clinical Fellows at the Crick

  • Crick Cancer Clinical Research Fellowships  These fellowships provide the opportunity for clinicians to perform innovative biomedical discovery research into cancer for three years while following the Crick's Clinical Research Fellows Programme leading to a PhD. Applications for the 2018 fellowships will open in October 2017.
  • Crick - NIHR Biomedical Research Centre one-year Clinical Training Fellowships  Applications for the 2018 fellowships will open in late 2017.

Further opportunities will be posted here as they become available.

  • Designed with high calibre clinicians in mind, Crick Clinical Fellows programmes provide an opportunity for talented individuals to accelerate their career in biomedical research.