Clinical & Radiation Oncology Research Training Meeting

Date & Time:

Tuesday, 27 - Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Old Road Campus Research Building (and others), Oxford
Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology

In partnership with The Royal College of Radiologists.

Group leaders and current Clinical Research fellows from the Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology will provide small group opportunities to understand research opportunities and career pathways

Aim: To help medical trainees who are interested in or already actively engaged in an academic career in Clinical/Radiation Oncology to be successful in their career aspirations.

During this meeting for trainees in Clinical or Radiation Oncology we will give some practical career advice. We hope to help you see how you can further your academic career and combine it with your clinical interests and duties. The event will be chaired by Professor Tim Maughan, Clinical Director of the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, Oxford University, Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists.

Highlights of this meeting Include:

  • Career development advice

  • 1:1 mentoring with research leaders

  • Lab tours to offer an insight into some exciting research projects

  • Opportunities to connect with your peers and world-leading clinician scientists

  • Authentic Oxford experience with an overnight stay at a University College and a chance to give punting a try


Please click here and you will be directed to the registration page.  

Please contact: kirsten.emmert@oncology.ox.ac.uk


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