The Brain Tumour Charity partners with the MRC to jointly fund brain tumour Clinical Research Training Fellowships.
The Brain Tumour Charity is the largest and most experienced dedicated funder of research into brain tumours in the UK, spending over £10 million to date on research. We fund research into the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours and are keen to increase clinical research capacity in the brain tumour field.
|Opening date||Closing date||Short listing||Interviews|
|27 July 2018||
6 September 2018, 4 pm
||February 2019||7-8 March 2019|
|5 November 2018||10 January 2019, 4 pm||May 2019||20-21 June 2019|
|15 February 2019||03 April 2019, 4pm||October 2019||19-20 November 2019|
|26 July 2019||02 September 2019, 4pm||February 2020||3-5 March 2020|
|04 November 2019||09 January 2020, 4pm||May 2020||16-17 June 2020|
The Brain Tumour Charity and MRC have set up a partnership to jointly fund clinical research training fellowships to encourage and support new research talent in neuro-oncology. These fellowships will provide up to three years' support for clinically qualified, active professionals to undertake specialised or further research training in the bio-medical sciences within the UK. A further year's funding is available for patient orientated clinical research training fellowships. The scheme is designed to accommodate the dual clinical-research training career path by allowing fellows to spend up to 20% of their time on NHS sessions. Fellows are required to register for a research degree, normally a PhD, based on research undertaken during the fellowship.
The fellowship provides a competitive personal salary up to but not including NHS consultant level, and a research training support grant of up to £20,000 per year (or £60,000 over the three year period). This may cover consumables, PhD fees, equipment, conference travel, other course fees; however, each item must be separately costed and justified. Where animals are requested for the project, funding may be sought separately from the research training support grant. If the fellowship includes an element of research training outside the UK, overseas travel to the training centre and living allowances may also be requested separately from the research training support grant.
Applicants must apply through the MRC Je-S system.