Doctoral Fellowships for Clinicians
Apply for the Doctoral Fellowship for Clinicians
Applications for the 2018 fellowships are now closed.
Application for the 2019 fellowships will open in Autumn 2018.
Students interested in applying for the 2019 Doctoral Fellowship for Clinicians should consult the Crick where details can be found and applications can be submitted online when the application window opens late in 2018.
The Crick together with the founding partners, provides excellent clinical research fellowship and training opportunities for exceptional clinicians from all specialities at different stages in clinical training and research career development.
Opportunities for clinical fellows at the Crick:
- Crick-Cancer Research UK doctoral fellowships for clinicians provide the opportunity for clinicians to perform innovative biomedical discovery research into cancer for three years while following the Crick's clinical PhD programme.
- Crick doctoral fellowships for clinicians provide the opportunity for clinicians to perform innovative biomedical discovery research for three years while following the Crick's clinical PhD programme.
Fellows will be based at the Crick, supported by teams comprising a Crick research group leader, at least one supervisor from one of Crick’s five clinical PhD programme partners (Barts Cancer Institute/Queen Mary University of London, Imperial College London, The Institute of Cancer Research, King's College London and UCL) and at least one clinician. They follow, or have access to, a three-year version of the Crick's PhD programme, which provides extensive scientific and generic skills training and clinical mentoring.