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Clinical PhD Fellowships

Our clinical PhD fellowships are provided to develop and support future leaders in clinical cancer research.

About our clinical PhD fellowships

Our clinical PhD fellowships are provided to develop and support future leaders in clinical cancer research. The CRUK Clinical Academic Training Programme – ICR-Imperial is a programme which will provide clinical academics with the expertise to discover, develop, and deliver the next generation of treatments, technologies, and methodologies into clinical care.

The fellowship awards include tuition fees, research expenses, and a clinical salary. Applicants from a range of clinical specialities are invited to apply, including oncology, paediatrics, radiology, surgery, anaesthesia, and haematology.

Current opportunities

We are advertising a range of projects for up to six fellowships. You can read the project proposals below, and follow the links for more information. If the opportunities below don't interest you, you can sign up to our mailing list for future opportunities.

 


Available projects and the project archive

You can view our current and past projects, below. Use the dropdowns to select the subject you are interested in, and then click 'Filter' to see relevant projects. If you use a filter and cannot see any results, then there are no projects matching your requirements.

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Massive germline exome sequencing to identify novel breast cancer susceptibility genes

  • Primary supervisor: Professor Clare Turnbull (ICR)
  • Primary Division: Genetics and Epidemiology
  • Primary team: Translational genetics

Project summary


Previous projects 

PhD studentships

Applications for our main PhD studentships recruitment round are closed.

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