Academic Clinical Lecturers
Posts for clinicians who have completed a PhD or MD and have one to two years of clinical training remaining. These posts provide post-doctoral training to help expand individual research portfolios and are tailored to your specific research interests.
Apply for an Academic Clinical Lectureship
You will spend:
- 50% of your time in specialist clinical training
- 50% in research or educationalist training
You will receive training in academic skills such as:
- supervising research students
- grant writing
- and research management as well as access to a mentoring programme.
Upon completion you'll receive a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT).
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How to apply
All of our Clinical Lectureships are advertised nationally on the University's vacancies page.
Apply online for an Academic Clinical Lectureship
All applicants for Clinical Lectureships must complete some supplementary questions and upload it with their application form. These questions will be made available on the lectureship vacancy.
We have 4 NIHR funded posts for 2022.
- Clinical Radiology
- General Surgery
- Geriatric Medicine
- Medical Oncology
- Old Age Psychiatry
- Renal Medicine
- Respiratory Medicine