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We are currently looking for a new Chair for the Sarcoma, Gynaecological and Breast Research Groups and new Workstream leads for the Skin Group

Apply for Chair membership to the NCRI Groups

We are currently seeking applications for Chairmanship of the:

  • NCRI Sarcoma Group (application deadline 27th January 2020)
  • NCRI Gynaecological Group (application deadline 27th January 2020)
  • NCRI Breast Group (application deadline 27th January 2020)For further information on the role, please see role profile and advert below.

NCRI Group Chair Role Profile 2019

We are currently seeking applications for the Workstream leads of the:

  • NCRI Skin Group – Keratinocytes and Rare Skin Cancer Workstream and Early Diagnosis Workstream (application deadline 17th February 2020)

For further information on the role, please see role profile and advert below.

NCRI Skin Group: Workstream Lead Role Profile 2019.

NCRI Skin Group: Workstream Lead Advert 2019

Please submit your application to Ruth.Haley@ncri.org.uk or submit using the form below

 

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By |December 18th, 2019|Categories: Opportunities, Whats new||0 Comments

Lymphoma, Lung, Children’s, Colorectal, Breast, Brain and Teenage & Young Adults and Germ Cell Tumour (TYA & GCT) Groups vacancies available – apply today!

Current vacancies: Clinical & Scientific Members

Do you want to help shape cancer research in the UK?

 

The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Groups have a remit to develop a portfolio of trials for specific cancer types or treatment approaches. This includes:

  • developing proposals,
  • considering new research questions,
  • overseeing the portfolio of existing studies,
  • and securing research funding

The Groups are multi-disciplinary with representation from a wide range of specialities including (but not limited to)surgery, medical oncology, clinical oncology, haematology, radiology, nurses, pathology, epidemiology, psychology, statistics and translational science.

Please note, we do not accept applications from industry representatives due to potential conflicts of interest, however we do seek to work with industry through other routes where possible.

Please click here for a full list of the NCRI Groups and their members

We are currently seeking applications for the following Groups:

Group We are recruiting across all disciplines but would particularly welcome applications from the following areas
Brain Paediatric Oncology, Neuropathology, Basic/Translational Researchers
Colorectal Surgeon, Medical Oncologist, Translational Scientist with Colorectal subspecialty,
Children’s Statistician with Clinical Trials expertise, Basic/Translational Researchers
Breast Basic/Translational Researchers
Lymphoma Pathologist, Haematologist, Basic/Translational Researchers
Lung Basic/Translational Researchers
Teenage & Young Adults & Germ Cell
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By |December 11th, 2019|Categories: Opportunities, Whats new||0 Comments

Apply now for last spaces available on the NCRI Living With and Beyond Cancer Group

The NCRI has launched a new Living With and Beyond Cancer (LWBC) Research Group, co-chaired by Professor Sam Ahmedzai and Professor Galina Velikova. The new group aims to develop an innovative portfolio of cross-cutting LWBC research. It will also be an important resource to NCRI’s other research groups towards developing disease-specific LWBC studies. Click here for more information.

We are currently seeking applications for Scientific Members with specific expertise for our LWBC MUO/CUP Workstreams as follows:

  • Radiology
  • Clinical Oncologist
  • Pharmacologist
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist

The Workstream will comprise of 11 members, including Scientific Members, one Consumer and one Trainee representative.

Please note, we do not accept applications from industry representatives due to potential conflicts of interest, however we do seek to work with industry through other routes where possible.

Meetings of Workstreams members will take place face-to-face two times per year, usually in London (half-day), with telephone conferences as required.

Appointment to a Workstream is for three years in the first instance, with the option to apply for a further three-year extension. Workstream membership is a voluntary, not a remunerated, position. Selection will be made against the criteria outlined in the Workstream Scientific Member role profile, and appointments will be made … Read more

By |September 6th, 2019|Categories: Whats new||0 Comments

Portfolio maps

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NCRI Groups

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Patient and public involvement

Find out how we involve patients in our work

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By |November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Homepage feature||0 Comments

Training opportunities now available for the NCRI CSGs

We are looking to recruit junior researchers, at registrar level or equivalent, to join the following NCRI CSGs:

 

  • Psychosocial Oncology and Survivorship
  • Teenage and Young Adults
  • Testis
  • Upper Gastro-intestinal

 

Deadline: Friday 27th February, 2015

 

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By |February 14th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments