Clinical Lectureship (CL)
The objectives of CL training are to:
- Achieve clinical experience sufficient to obtain a CCT.
- Continue to develop academically as an independent investigator in a strong research environment.
- Obtain an intermediate fellowship or Clinical Senior Lecturer position supported by appropriate mentoring.
Clinical experience and completion of CCT
The CLs will re-join the clinical training scheme for their speciality after their CTF/PhD. 50% of the CLs' time will be allocated to clinical training comparable to that of the clinical trainees with 50% research.
Further information on CLs are available on the NIHR website.
CLs have access to an annual travel bursary of £1,000 per financial year (August to July). For detail please see Bursaries.
Do you want to be an Clinical Lecturer at Queen Mary? Please check back here for any CL positions open for applications.
Queen Mary & Barts Health IAT Programme successes
Josephine Lansdell BMA Research Prize
Young Investigator Award, American Heart Association
Austin Doyle Award, International Society of Hypertension
Young Investigator Award, British Endocrine Society
European Association for the Study of the Liver Young Investigator Awards
NIHR CL Seedfunding Award
Senior Founding Fellowship, Faculty of Medical Leadership
NIHR HS&DR Committee Member
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG Lead on Integrated Care and Research
Cellular Pathology Specialty Medal, Royal College of Pathologists