We are regularly adding new posts as funding for new research projects comes on line. Opportunities may arise for researchers, clinical trial managers, statisticians, administrators, systematic reviewers, study co-ordinators and a range of other posts. We welcome applications from talented, well-qualified people interested in undertaking and supporting the highest quality research in primary care.
NIHR Student Internships in Translational Medicine
An excellent opportunity has arisen for three individuals (typically undergraduate medical students, but those with relevant Masters degrees or established health professionals looking to move into research would potentially be suitable), to work with an NIHR Research Professor on a translational medicine project. There are three full time positions for a period of 2 months each with a salary equivalent to a grade 4.1: £11.06 per hour; £20,989 per annum pro rata.
These prestigious posts have been awarded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) in order to give medical students experience of working in translational research early in their careers. Projects are available with Profs Richard McManus (Monitoring in hypertension and pregnancy), Marian Knight (National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit) and Alison Simmons (Gastroenterology/Immunology). The intern will:
- Receive appropriate training;
- Develop a translational research project (see the job description for details);
- Prepare the work for potential presentation +/- publication in an academic journal.
For further details and how to apply, please see the job description
Deadline for receipt of applications is noon on Wednesday 8 June and interviews will be held on Tuesday 28 June.
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