A new programme of 12-month London-based research fellowships is being launched by RM Partners, UCLH Cancer Collaborative, South East London Accountable Cancer Network and the biomedical research centres. The collaboration will be looking to fund up to 6 research fellows for 2017-18.
The fellowships will be offered to individuals interested in healthcare improvement, including clinicians, scientists, nurses and allied health professionals (AHP) who wish to obtain further research experience. Funding is available on a full time 12 month basis, but part time fellowships over a longer period will also be considered. The joint fellowship research projects may also lead to the completion of a higher degree.
Initially, potential supervisors are asked to submit project titles and a short brief describing the project. Research projects should ideally take advantage of the large scale sampling of population including the broad socio-economic, cultural, ethnic and genetic variations that London covers. Wherever possible, this should utilise the population covered by RM Partners, UCLH Cancer Collaborative and South East London ACN.
Please see attached guidance for more details, as well as an attached project proposal template that should be returned by 10 March 2017.
Please contact Dr Michelle Chen at: email@example.com with any questions or for further information.