In Paediatric Oncology
One year fixed-term contract
Applications are invited for a Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Oncology Drug Development. The positions will be key posts in the Paediatric and Adolescent Oncology Targeted Drug Development Programme. The Fellow will work very closely with multi-disciplinary team carrying out early clinical studies of agents in children and young people at the Royal Marsden Hospital.
The team comprises Paediatric Drug Development Consultants, Research Nurses, Clinical Trial Co-ordinators and Data Managers. The Fellow will be involved in the care of children and young people enrolled on early clinical studies of new agents. In addition there will be opportunities to be involved in devising and writing early clinical studies, develop paediatric biomarker platforms and input into pilot imaging studies. The Fellow will also have an opportunity to develop an interest in neuro-oncology, neuroblastoma or sarcoma and will work alongside two other Drug Development Fellows already in post – a Drug Development Fellow with an interest in Leukaemia, and a senior Drug Development Fellow in Solid Tumours and Functional Imaging.
The Royal Marsden’s aim is to achieve excellence in the treatment, investigation and research of cancer, through partnership and collaboration. The Royal Marsden Foundation Trust, with its associated Institute of Cancer Research constitutes a centre of excellence for research and development, education, treatment and care in cancer.
We are looking to recruit a clinical fellows in paediatric oncology drug development to commence in November 2016. Candidates will possess at least 24 months experience in Paediatric oncology at Specialist Registrar level or equivalent. Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health (or equivalent) and a higher degree (or an interest in pursuing such research in the future) are desirable. Eligibility for GMC registration is required.
The Trust reserves the right to amend the closing date of job vacancies at any time.
For further details / informal visits contact:
please contact Dr Lynley Marshall, Consultant in Paediatric and Adolescent Drug Development via Gynette Cook (PA) on ( Phone number removed )
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