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Clinical Fellow in Radiotherapy and Imaging, Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, Greater London, UK

Division: Radiotherapy and Imaging
Team: Clinical Academic Radiotherapy (Dearnaley)
Vacancy type: Full time
Type of contract: Fixed term
Length of contract: 1 year
Hours per week: 35
Salary range: £37,191 - £47,132

The Academic Uro-Oncology Unit at the Royal Marsden Hospital at Sutton treats patient with prostate, testicular and penile cancers.  It has a large NHS referral practice and comprehensive research programmes in the treatment of localised and metastatic disease.  The Unit’s Consultants, Prof D Dearnaley, Prof R Huddart, Prof C Parker, Dr A Tree, Dr A Reid, Dr J Murray, Dr S Hafeez are recognised national/international opinion leaders.  The Unit has a particular interest in the development of advanced radiotherapy techniques.  

The post will be suitable for trainees in either clinical or medical oncology.  The post holder will be expected to support the clinical activities of the unit including clinical trial work.  In addition, the post holder can expect to develop the following skills:

  • Higher level site specialist experience. Academic Unit Consultants treat patients with urological cancer (prostate, bladder, testicular, penile). The large clinical practice gives broad experience in both local and systemic treatment approaches in each tumour type. This provides an ideal background to further develop the appointee’s clinical experience that will enable them to be well placed to develop as an independent practitioner in their chosen area. 
  • Training in technologically advanced radiotherapy techniques (for clinical oncology applicants). The unit is committed to the development and implementation of the latest radiotherapy techniques and their evaluation and provides an unrivalled opportunity to develop skills in this area. 
  • Clinical research. The Academic Unit is actively involved in a large number of national and local clinical trial protocols frequently as national chief investigator. Although this is primarily a clinical post the appointee will be encouraged to actively participate in this research, develop clinical research projects and publish peer reviewed articles.

Informal enquiries may be made by contacting in the first instance.

The ICR is committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best minds in the world to join us in our mission – to make the discoveries that defeat cancer.

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Application deadline: 25 Aug 2019

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