Clinical Research Fellow at Imperial College London

Applicants are invited to apply for a postdoctoral position in public health at Imperial College London, UK. Successful candidate will have funding to work and study for two years in UK. The deadline for applying is November 01, 2018.

Campus: One of the MARC Institutions (Imperial College London, King's College London or University of Bristol)

The MRC Addiction Research Clinical (MARC) Training programme brings together the clinical addiction research expertise in three leading universities, Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes at Imperial College London, Professor Colin Drummond at King's College London and Professor Matt Hickman at the University of Bristol. Applications may be possible where some work is undertaken in collaboration with another UK Higher education establishment but please contact MARC supervisors to discuss this. Successful applicants will be given the opportunity to work with a wide range of internationally leading basic and clinical scientists in the three MARC institutions in techniques and approaches relevant to neuroscience.

Applications are invited for this prestigious clinical PhD training programme in clinical addiction research. Applications to support a one year Masters associated with a PhD are also welcome. Successful applicants are likely to be psychiatrists or psychologists, however, we welcome applications from other clinical specialities working in addiction e.g. public health, general practice. Support includes a clinical salary, PhD fees, research expenses, training funds, travel and meeting costs.

The PhD posts are intended for a clinician to train in research relevant to an academic career involving addiction. For doctors, the successful candidate is likely to already hold a relevant specialty training position in the UK, as well as having passed the MRCPsych or equivalent, or expect to obtain these over the next year.

Interested candidates are required to contact individual supervisors prior to submitting their application, and should and will have included details of their research proposal on the application. Details of supervisors can be found at Direct enquiries can be made to Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes ( or to the MARC lead at another institution if the area of research is known: Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes, Imperial College London (, Professor Colin Drummond, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London ( or Professor Matt Hickman, University of Bristol (

Interviews will be held at Imperial College London on 20th November 2018.

This is a full-time, fixed-term post for duration of PhD +/- Masters based at one of the host institutions. Posts are available at each institution.


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