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18 Oxford ACF jobs available for 2022 - applications open Friday October 1st 2021

Jobs

Health Education England - Thames Valley (HEE-TV) in partnership with Oxford University and OUCAGS has 18 prestigious NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships (ACFs) to offer as part of the NIHR Integrated Academic Training Pathway.

Free Cochrane webinars 2nd & 9th September 2021

Events

Cochrane UK and Cochrane Ireland are hosting two free half-day webinars on systematic reviews and meta-analysis for medical, surgical and dental trainees based in the UK and Ireland.

Oxford Clinical Lecturer awarded Association of Cancer Physicians Prize

Awards

Dr Lennard Lee, one of OUCAGS’ clinical lecturers, has been awarded the 2020 ACP McElwain Prize for contributions to medical oncology in the UK.

Registration Open: Careers event for clinical doctoral students - 21st June

Events

Oxford clinical DPhil students are invited to find out about clinical academic careers in ‘Funding your post-doctoral research: clinical academic opportunities’. This event is being organised by OUCAGS and will take place on Monday, 21st June, online, 12.00-2.00 p.m..

COVID-19: Clinical academic trainees joined the front-line effort en masse

General

The BMJ has highlighted the contribution of clinical academic trainees to clinical duties during the pandemic. It has emphasised how they brought clinical and research expertise to the Covid effort – in many cases to the detriment of their academic work and career.

COVID-19 survivors at risk of psychiatric illness, finds OUCAGS ACF

General

Dr Maxime Taquet, Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF), and colleagues have found ‘evidence for substantial neurological and psychiatric morbidity in the 6 months after COVID-19 infection’.

OUCAGS alumna becomes NIHR Global Research Professor

Awards

Prof. Susie Dunachie has been awarded an NIHR Global Research Professorship. This is a flagship award in applied global health research with a particular focus on underfunded, under-researched areas. It aims to promote effective translation of research into practice by strengthening research leadership.

19 Oxford ACF jobs available for 2021 - applications opening Thursday Oct 1st

Jobs

Health Education England - Thames Valley (HEE-TV) in partnership with Oxford University and OUCAGS has 19 prestigious NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships (ACFs) to offer as part of the NIHR Integrated Academic Training Pathway.

Oxford ACFs and CLs - tackling COVID-19 through clinical work, research, and teaching

General

Our Academic Clinical Fellows and Clinical Lecturers have been actively responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in many different ways. Here is a small selection of the clinical work, research, and innovative medical student teaching that some of them have been doing.

COVID-19 Career Support space launched

General

The Academy of Medical Sciences launch their COVID-19 career support space for biomedical and health researchers during the pandemic.

Guidance on the impact of COVID-19 on research funded or supported by NIHR

Funding

Information from NIHR on the impact of COVID -19 on funding

OUCAGS celebrates 10th anniversary

General

OUCAGS 2009-2019 – celebrating our 10th anniversary!

21 Oxford ACF jobs available for 2020 - applications opening Monday Oct 7th

Jobs

Health Education England - Thames Valley in partnership with Oxford University and OUCAGS has 21 prestigious NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships (ACFs) to offer as part of the NIHR Integrated Academic Training Pathway.

Research Elective Bursary Scheme for Medical Students - Deadline: 20th September 2019

Funding

The OUCAGS Research Elective Bursary is a competitive award for Oxford medical students wishing to undertake a research project during either their first or second elective period with a view to a longer-term career in biomedical research.

Sudden cardiac death in young people may be preventable, finds Dr Rina Ariga, Clinical Lecturer at Oxford

General

A new scanning technique may enable doctors to diagnose hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, the leading cause of sudden cardiac death in the young. Such is the finding of the study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology by Dr Rina Ariga and colleagues.

OUCAGS alumnus features in #medscilife - stories about researcher work-life blends

General

Dr Thomas Smith, Head of Aerospace Physiology, King's College London, and OUCAGS alumnus, talks about his #MedSciLife.

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