Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship
Closing Date: 29/10/2023
Funding for clinically qualified candidates in the UK and Ireland to undertake clinical research leading towards a PhD/MD.
The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation (RCLCF), named after the popular entertainer, is a charitable organisation with the aim of improving the lives of all those affected by lung cancer.
RCLCF offers Clinical Research Fellowships (CRFs) to enable clinically qualified candidates to undertake clinical research leading towards a PhD/MD. The awards are open to any aspect of lung cancer research aimed and should be aimed at improving the clinical outcomes for people at risk of lung cancer and for patients with lung cancer. One of the fellowships to be awarded will be made in memory of James Brokenshire.
Candidates for the CRF may be working in any discipline or clinical specialty, but they should be able to clearly demonstrate that the project will lead to advances in the understanding or treatment of lung cancer and have a clear potential for benefit to patients with lung cancer.
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