Clinical Research Fellow (2 posts) @ Kings Collage, London

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Amar Annamalai
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Clinical Research Fellow (2 posts) @ Kings Collage, London

Clinical Research Fellow (2 posts) @ Kings College, London


    Applications are invited for the post of Clinical Research Fellow in the Academic Department of Surgery, St Thomas' Hospital. The Department is part of the Cardiovascular Division, King's College London, one of the largest Research Divisions within the Health Schools of KCL and in the top 3-ranked cardiovascular research groupings in the UK (2007 RAE).

Research focuses on the mechanisms and treatment of arterial (occlusive and aneurysmal disease), venous (thrombosis, valve development) and lymphatic disease. We have an excellent infrastructure with a network of strong collaborations (local, national and international) in imaging, genetics, and vascular biology that has led to many publications in high impact factor journals and successful funding from MRC, BBSRC, Wellcome,BHF and the Royal College of Surgeons.


    The post-holders will pursue research ideally working towards a higher degree. In addition the post holder will be part of a three-person team providing Resident Medical Officer coverage for the Westminster Unit Private Patients ward at St Thomas Hospital.

     There are two main academic leads in the department. Mr Matthew Waltham, the Clinical Senior Lecturer and Professor Alberto Smith who is the non-clinical lead. Administrative and research infrastructure are available within the division.

    The fellows will be encouraged to seek additional funding from external bodies. They will present their work at local, national and international meetings, publish in high impact journals and submit their research for an appropriate higher degree (e.g. PhD, MD, MS). They will also participate in the teaching of KCL medical students.


    The roles are on a Clinical Research grade between £33,154 and £47,018, per annum, inclusive of £2,323 London Allowance.

Post duration: This role is available until 30 September 2012.

Closing date: 04-oct-2011

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