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We are currently looking for a new Chair for the NCRI Head & Neck Cancer CSG and a new Bladder Vice Chair for the Bladder & Renal Cancer CSG

We are currently seeking applications for Chairmanship of the:

  • NCRI Head & Neck Clinical Studies Group

We are currently seeking applications for Bladder Vice Chairmanship of the:

  • NCRI Bladder & Renal Cancer Clinical Studies Group

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

» CSG Chairperson role profile (PDF)

» CSG Vice Chairperson role profile (PDF)

» CSG Chairmanship and Vice Chairmanship advert (PDF)

Please note, the application deadline is 5pm, 2 July 2018 and interviews will take place on 2 August 2018.

We are now recruiting new members for our various Clinical Studies Groups. Application deadline: 2 July 2018

We are looking for new members to join our various NCRI Clinical Studies Groups (CSGs). The NCRI CSGs have a remit to develop portfolios of trials for specific cancer types or treatment approaches. This includes overseeing the portfolio of existing studies, considering new research questions, developing proposals and securing research funding.

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

We are currently seeking applications for membership of:

  • NCRI Bladder & Renal Cancer Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Children’s Cancer & Leukaemia Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Haematological Oncology Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Head & Neck Cancer Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Prostate Cancer Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Psychosocial Oncology & Survivorship Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Sarcoma Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Supportive & Palliative Care Clinical Studies Group
  • NCRI Teenage & Young Adults and Germ Cell Tumour Clinical Studies Group

For further information on the role and details on how to apply, please see advert below.

» NCRI CSGs Membership advert (PDF)

» Online application form (internal webpage)

The application deadline is Monday, 2 July 2018.


We are now seeking trainees for our various NCRI Clinical Studies Groups and SPED Advisory Group

The NCRI Clinical Studies Groups (CSGs) and Advisory Group Trainee scheme provides the opportunity for junior researchers to experience the workings of a CSG or Advisory Group. Trainees are appointed for two years in the first instance with an option to join a CSG subgroup thereafter, depending on vacancies.

Applications are currently being accepted for our various CSGs and Screening, Prevention & Early Diagnosis (SPED) Advisory Group trainee scheme.

» Role profile and advert (PDF)

» Application form (internal webpage)

Please note, the application process for the NCRI Children’s Cancer & Leukaemia and Head & Neck CSGs trainee scheme is separate from the above. An advert for these two CSGs will open in mid-summer 2018.

The application deadline is 5pm, 2 July 2018

Register for the NCRI Lung Cancer Clinical Studies Group Trials Meeting: 13 June 2018

The NCRI Lung Clinical Studies Group (CSG) are holding a Trials Meeting on 13 June 2018. The meeting will showcase the UK lung cancer trials portfolio, highlighting the gaps and challenges in lung cancer research.

The aims of the meeting are to bring together experts in lung cancer research to hear of the latest advances and emerging research opportunities, view the current portfolio and planned work of the Lung CSG to align to tomorrow’s opportunities and share aspirations and agendas with other CSGs and research groups in UK and beyond.

» Click here to view the Lung CSG Trials Meeting Programme (PDF)

Meeting venue:
Crowne Plaza – Kings Cross
1 Kings Cross Road

» Click here to Register (internal webpage)

We will be accepting trial proposals for our Proposals Workshop in the afternoon in due course.