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Oxford and Oxford Brookes clinical DPhil/PhD students are invited to find out about clinical academic careers in ‘Funding your postdoctoral research: clinical academic opportunities’. This event will take place on Wednesday, 21st June 2023, online, 12.00-2.00 p.m..

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This is a joint OUCAGS-NMAHPPS Research (OUH) event. It will comprise a presentation from colleagues at NIHR about their funding schemes for postdoctoral clinical academics (including doctors, nurses, midwives and AHPs), networking sessions and careers surgeries.

The event will be a chance for delegates to find out about, and discuss with speakers and senior academics, concrete opportunities to develop their postdoctoral career and possible clinical academic career paths.

This event is aimed mainly at clinicians who are undertaking a DPhil/PhD at the Oxford and Oxford Brookes universities, although those working within NHS Thames Valley who are already postdoctoral are also very welcome to attend.

Careers surgery places are limited. Priority will be given to fully qualified clinicians in Year 2 and above of their doctorate. 

Register online by Wednesday, 14th June, if interested in a careers surgery; otherwise, register by Monday, 19th June, 12 p.m..

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