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Up to 12 months of funding is available to eligible doctors who wish to undertake translational research projects to progress to the next stage of their research career.

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The fellowships are being offered by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, in partnership with OUCAGS and Oxfordshire Health Services Research Committee.

Applicants will be expected to convince the panel that, by the end of the Fellowship, it will have enabled them to submit an application to an external funding body for a doctoral fellowship, research grant or other career development post, such as a clinical lectureship.

Further information (eligibility, application process and application form) available from the Oxford BRC site

Closing date for applications: 26th June 2017

 

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