The Royal Marsden is recognised worldwide for the quality of its cancer services. The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust’s strategic aim is to achieve excellence in cancer treatment and diagnosis, through partnership and collaboration. The Royal Marsden with its associated Institute of Cancer Research constitutes a centre of excellence for research and development, education, treatment and care in cancer. It is acknowledged to be one of the largest comprehensive Cancer Centres in the world.
An exciting opportunity for a fixed term, 12 month Clinical Research Fellow in Oncogenetics position has arisen, working as an integral part of the Cancer Genetics Unit. This post is a full time appointment and expected to work across the London and Sutton sites. It has been designed for either clinical genetics or oncology trainees to develop their knowledge of cancer genetics, and to support research within the Cancer Genetics Unit.
This advert closes on Sunday 9 May 2021
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