We have an outstanding opportunity for a new appointment for a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Lung Radiation Research. The post will be based within the Division of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Sciences at The University of Manchester and will hold Honorary Consultant status at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, both of which are part of the prestigious Manchester Cancer Research Centre.
The post will have access to world class clinical facilities to conduct clinical trials research in The Christie and Manchester Cancer Research Centre clinical research environment. In addition, there are excellent opportunities for translational research in collaboration with local groups within The University of Manchester. Manchester is also the first designated Cancer Research UK Lung Cancer Centre of Excellence – awarded jointly to Manchester and University College London (UCL) in 2014.
You will be expected to develop and lead a programme of externally-funded clinical research work relevant to lung cancer and radiation treatment in close collaboration with the existing Radiotherapy-Related Research team. You will build on established national and international research collaborations and partnerships, contributing to the acquisition of new knowledge.
You will have research expertise in radiation oncology, as well as proven experience and training in general and oncological medicine. You will demonstrate potential to be an internationally leading researcher within your field, with the ability to initiate, design and supervise clinical research. Applicants should have an MD or PhD, FRCR or equivalent, and have obtained Certificate of Completion of Training (or be within six months of acquiring it).
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To apply for this vacancy please visit our website: www.manchester.ac.uk/jobs
Closing date: 2 March 2017.
The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.