The Royal College of Physicians is partnering with the Rosetrees Trust to offer two 12-month joint research fellowships for junior doctors or new consultants.
The RCP / Rosetrees Trust Joint Research Fellowships will provide seed-corn funding for two junior doctors or new consultants to spend 12 months of protected time undertaking important, innovative research, developing research proposals and collecting pilot data in order to submit and obtain further funding for their projects. The work funded by the fellowships will ideally lead to an MD or PhD and, subsequently, a career in academic medicine.
The fellowships will provide funding of £50,000. £45,000 is available for salary, with a further £5,000 to fund travel and project costs.
Rosetrees Trust is a private charity committed to finding, funding and following the best medical research, advised by some of the UK’s leading scientists. Over the past 30 years Rosetrees has evolved from a grant-giving charity helping scientists test new ideas which will lead to new treatments in the future, to translational research into areas like heart, stroke and diabetes, with more immediate clinical benefits.
Applicants must be 4 or more years post-core medical training and members of the Royal College of Physicians to be eligible for consideration.
Applicants who are planning to work in institutions without biomedical research centres or on research topics that are not usually significantly funded are encouraged to apply.
The research project will be assessed on:
Applications will be assessed by a panel comprising experts from both the RCP and Rosetrees Trust.
Please submit your completed application form with a copy of your CV and a list of academic publications in PDF format to email@example.com by 11.59pm, Friday 18 January 2019. Please do not send any additional information as the panel will only review your CV, application form and publication list.