Pelican Surgical Research Fellow
Clinical lead: Mr Brendan Moran & Academic Supervisor: Prof Gina Brown
2 year academic post. Salary: £30,302-£47,647
Summary of Post:
The Pelican Cancer Foundation has an established history of providing high-quality rectal cancer research. Supervised by Professor Heald, Mr Moran and Professor Brown.
Research will have to relate to surgical, radiological or quality of life aspects of colorectal cancer care. During the course of the research the Fellow will have the opportunity to collaborate internationally, to publish their work and present at national and international meetings.
There will be the opportunity to undertake studies leading to a higher research degree, usually in the form of an MD at Imperial College London. The main place of work will be the Pelican Cancer Foundation, Basingstoke, but the appointee will have the opportunity to undertake additional research duties at the Royal Marsden Hospital with Professor Gina Brown. Site visits to other research centres will also be required from time to time.
The successful applicant will be expected to take a full part in the charity’s research and expected to be capable of self-motivation and drive to complete this research project. There is also a considerable amount of surgical training and development within the charity and the research fellow is expected to be involved in this, having the opportunity to be a member of the faculty on courses.
The post is funded for two years with an initial probationary period of six months.
Apply to Sarah Crane at Pelican.