Association of Inherited Cardiac Conditions (AICC)
Fellowships and Research Opportunities
BCS/HRUK Research Fellowship Scheme
The BCS has formed a new partnership with Heart Research UK to provide clinical fellowships, offering the potential for clinical top-up training and allowing candidates across the NHS workforce to gain new clinical skills or experience in a global centre of excellence.
The fellowships are open to trainee and consultant cardiologists, cardiology nurse specialists, cath-lab staff, physiologists, scientists and other AHP groups (all applicants must be fully paid-up ordinary members or joint members of the BCS). There will be three fellowship awards available under this scheme - links to the application forms are available here and the deadline for applications is 11.59pm on 1 November.
Fellowship One: An individual clinical placement for up to 3 months to a global centre of excellence for a senior trainee or consultant cardiologist. Maximum award £30,000.
Fellowship Two: Two awards; team placements for up to six members of each team (composition can be any NHS employees in the cardiovascular workforce) for one week to observe a specific pathway of care or specific procedure for which there are plans for adoption back in the UK host centre. Maximum award value per team £15,000.
Fellowship Three: An individual clinical placement for an AHP (eg nurse specialist, technologist, clinical scientist) for up to 1 month to a centre of excellence to learn new practical skills or pathways of care, for which there are plans for adoption back in the UK host centre. Maximum award £15,000.
British Society for Heart Failure Fellowships 2023-2025
There are 2 awards available in open competition: 1 Medical (for those with a medical degree or qualification) and 1 non-Medical, for any healthcare graduate (UK resident) with no limitation as to healthcare profession, although the applicant and their supervisor must be BSH members.
The award will cover the salary of a research fellow up to a maximum of £60,000 per annum for the medical award and £45,000 per annum for the non-medical award for two years full time (pro-rated for part time), awarded directly from BSH, to the recognised institute of higher education hosting the researcher. Associated administration costs will not be covered by the BSH. The proposed research programme should be related to heart failure broadly, with an emphasis on clinical relevance.
The programme will be judged by non-conflicted BSH Board members, is a highly valued and competitive award that aims to encourage and support early career research that will benefit the heart failure community on into the future. These awards are intended to support and inspire new talented researchers, dedicated to improving the lives of people with heart failure and further underpin our vision to make heart failure a national priority. Previous winners have not only gone on to achieve higher degrees, but subsequent awards, accolades, and further funding grants.
The application should describe a proposed research programme that will last two years and will lead to the potential award of a higher degree, usually either an MSc, MD or PhD. Applications should be accompanied by a current curriculum vitae plus a covering letter from supervisor and institution. Applications from BSH members only (applicant and supervisor).
The winners of the awards will be announced at the 25th BSH Annual Meeting at the QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, with a view to the winning entrant taking up their post in 2023.
Application deadline – 31 October 2022
Winners announced – 1 December 2022
Further information here. Please direct applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on 31 October 2022.
The ESC has a number of training opportunities for which you can apply here: https://www.escardio.org/Education/Career-Development/Grants-and-fellowships
Clinical Research Fellow in Cardiovascular Medicine
RDM Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU
The RDM Division of Cardiovascular Medicine are seeking a highly motivated Clinical Research Fellow to join the department and take part in the academic activity e.g. contributing to scientific meetings, presentations and working collaboratively to help to realise the ambitious research programme that is underway. This is primarily a clinical research post and you may also participate in the Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and Heart Failure Clinic (as appropriate), and contribute to the provision of the clinical CMR service. Both your clinical and research duties will be at the John Radcliffe Hospital.
You will be required to hold a primary medical degree and GMC registration. Expertise in other cardiac imaging modalities would be desirable.
This is a full time appointment on a fixed term contract until 31-March-2025 funded by NIHR Oxford BRC and you will be based at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR), level 0, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, OX3 9DU.
Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement which explains how you meet the selection criteria for the post. Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Dec 1st can be considered. Interviews are scheduled to place on the week of Dec 5th.
The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact Person : Harry ClarkeVacancy ID :161870
Contact Phone : Closing Date & Time :01-Dec-2022 12:00
Pay Scale : CLINICAL RESEARCHER (NEW SCALE) (E63)Contact Email :email@example.com
Salary (£) : £29,384 -£58,398 per annum