A Vacancy at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust.
The MRI is looking to recruit for a Clinical Fellowship in Stem Cell Transplantation and CAR-T therapy within our team
Come to work in our great northern city, home to two of the world’s greatest football teams, Test cricket, Oasis, the Stone Roses and the Halle Orchestra as well as some of the best schools in the UK. The Lake and Peak District national parks are within easy reach and the affluent suburbs of north Cheshire and south Lancashire are an easy commute.
We are currently recruiting to our Haematology Team. This is an exciting time to join us: -
• We are one of a very small number of centres to offer the revolutionary new CAR-T treatment.
• We provide a regional tertiary referral service for haematological malignancy, stem cell transplantation, thrombosis, haemostasis and haemoglobinopathies.
• We provide general clinical haematology services for the local population of Central Manchester
• We have an impressive clinical trials portfolio including phase 1-3 studies
• Manchester Foundation Trust is the lead provider for Greater Manchester Haematological Cancer Diagnostic Partnership and also leads the North West Genomics Hub
We can offer:
• Continuation of or development of a sub-specialist interest
• Research and teaching opportunities
This is a clinical fellow post specialising in stem cell transplantation and CAR-T Therapy.
The Department of Clinical Haematology provides a regional tertiary referral service for haematological malignancy, stem cell transplantation, thrombosis, haemostasis and haemoglobinopathies. In addition, it provides general clinical haematology services for the local population of Central Manchester.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with a specialist interest in haemato-oncology, stem cell transplantation and cellular therapies. Experience of clinical research would be an advantage as we have a very active clinical trials unit including early phase studies.
This is a Clinical Fellowship post in Clinical Haematology, which is part of the Inpatient Medical Specialties (IMS) Clinical Service Unit (CSU), based at the Manchester Royal Infirmary. The post holder will work closely with the consultants in stem cell transplantation and the medical and nursing co-ordination team to support the stem cell transplantation and CAR-T service at Manchester Royal Infirmary.
The successful candidates will be required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
This advert closes on Friday 30 Apr 2021
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