The European Association of Urology (EAU) delivers updates on exciting opportunities such as fellowships and scholarships offered by various healthcare institutions. Are you aiming to gain new experience in pioneering new treatments and to ensure better care for your patients? Read on because the University College London (UCL) and the Department of Urology at University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street are looking to recruit highly-motivated and dedicated clinical fellows.
Clinical Research Fellows at UCL
The Re-IMAGINE Consortium has been created to undertake discovery errors of over-diagnosis, over-treatment, missed-diagnoses and poor risk-stratification in men with prostate cancer. The project will combine the underlying molecular changes in the cancer with state-of-the-art imaging.
The Division of Surgery and Interventional Science of UCL is searching for two (2) Clinical Research Fellows who will be responsible for the overall clinical coordination and data handling of this project.
The Clinical Research Fellows will have significant exposure to the fields of biomolecular biology, imaging and clinical research methodology within expert teams.
Successful candidates will have the opportunity to enrol in an higher research degree at UCL.
Send in your application now to join the internationally-renowned team led by Prof. Mark Emberton, and strengthen your clinical skills in the diagnosis and focal treatment of prostate cancer.
Know more about the full list of requirements and how to apply here. The deadline to submit your application is 2 June 2019.
Clinical Fellows at UCLH
Join one of the most prestigious urological department in the UK, the Department of Urology at University College Hospital at The Westmoreland Street, as a Clinical Fellow. The department is looking to recruit two (2) Clinical Fellows for a fixed term of 12 months starting as soon as possible.
The department offers comprehensive care for the whole spectrum of urology services and is split into six sub-groups: Reconstructive Urology, Functional and Female Urology, Adolescent Urology, Stones (including Lithotripsy), Andrology, and Uro-oncology.
If selected, you will work in the Focal Therapy team within the Uro Oncology department in a lively and vibrant working atmosphere. You will be offered a range of attractive benefits, as well as, unparalleled education and development opportunities. These include an extensive portfolio of academic and clinical courses and programmes.
To check your eligibility and how to apply, check out the full details here. The application deadline is 5 June 2019.
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