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  • Advert number: 356334-0
  • Posted Date: 17/04/14
  • Closing Date: 09/05/14


3 year Clinical Research Training PhD Fellowship in Translational Haematology NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre

We are leaders in the UK’s research into Rare Diseases –  a priority area of the 100,000 genome initiative. Our work will inform translational research to create improved diagnostics and new  treatments.

Working in partnership, we use DNA sequencing technology from Illumina, high performance computing from Cambridge University and data facilities from the European Bioinformatics Institute. In the clinic, we work collaboratively with the UK’s leading NIHR biomedical research centres at Cambridge University Hospitals, Imperial College, King’s College, University College Partners Hospitals in London and the University Hospitals in Leicester, Newcastle and Oxford.

We are an integrated research team consisting of clinicians,  scientists, cell biologists, bioinformaticians, statisticians, computer and clinical data scientists. We are part of the University of Cambridge based on the Cambridge University Hospitals Biomedical campus and we have close links with the MRC Biostatistics Unit.

You will be keen to advance your experience in clinical translational medicine research and wish to pursue a career in academic medicine. You will add to the spectrum of talents and will thrive on collaborative research.

Interested? To learn more visit: Applications should arrive no later than 9th May 2014, interviews are to be held in the week commencing 19th May 2014.

For informal enquiries, please contact Willem H Ouwehand, Professor Experimental Haematology on +44 (0) 1223 58 8018/8037 or email