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“I always dreamed to work at King's. YDEF helped me find the job I was looking for!”

PhD Candidate


ST3 ACF Diabetes and Endocrinology

Hull York Medical School and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

1 post available in Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus ST3 (Theme) Platform Science and Bioinformatics

Applications are now invited for an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship in Endocrinology and Diabetes at ST3 level. This post is funded and approved by the National Institute for Health Research and offers candidates a comprehensive experience of clinical academic medicine working alongside internationally renowned clinicians and researchers.
We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual with the potential to excel in both their clinical and academic training and who has the ambition to be the next generation of academic clinicians. This Academic Clinical Fellowship (ACF) in Diabetes and Endocrinology is run by Hull York Medical School (HYMS) in conjunction with the Endocrinology and Diabetes in Yorkshire and Humber Training Programme, part of Health Education England Yorkshire and the Humber.

Job Description

Academic Clinical Fellowships (ACFs) are 3 year fixed-term national training posts. Trainees undertake 75% clinical and 25% academic training over the term of the post. They are employed by the NHS Trust and have an honorary contract with the University at whose Medical School their academic research is supported.
ACF trainees also undertake a research training programme provided by the University. They are eligible for a £1,000 bursary per year to support research training activity (e.g. to attend academic conferences and other training).
ACF trainees would be expected to complete and submit an external funding application for a research fellowship to enable them to complete a higher degree (PhD or research MD) during/following the completion of their ACF fixed-term post, which higher degree would then be completed as Out-of-Programme-Research (OOPR).


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