Clinical Research Fellowships
CLINICAL research FELLOWSHIPS
The department currently has 11 Clinical Research Fellows.
Clinical Research Fellowships are suitable for candidates interested in consolidating their clinical skills and those acquiring a year’s experience of clinical research in a world-class academic unit (extendable to 2 years with satisfactory progress).
The Fellowships offer a unique opportunity to develop skills in research methodology and, depending on their interests, to receive clinical training (for example, in obstetric ultrasound) in a research active environment, working on one of the department’s many established national or international research projects.
Clinical Research Fellows responsibilities include:
- Carrying out routine, day-time, obstetric duties at the Horton General Hospital, Banbury (50% time).
- Carry out clinical research in the Nuffield Department of Women's & Reproductive Health
(50% time) under the direct supervision of senior academic staff in the department.
- On-call and out-of-hours responsibilities - expected to contribute (with 100% commitment) to on-call duties, at the Horton General Hospital, Banbury.