Our strategy is to carry out strong basic and health science as well as science that translates to clinical research for the benefit of patients. We encourage collaborative working across disciplines between both scientists and clinicians.
We are continually seeking to enhance our areas of research excellence in ageing, behaviour, stem cells, cancer, cell biology, genetics, drug development, medicine in society, and neuroscience. Our Fellowship Programme is designed to attract and support competitive developing researchers who wish to work in these areas, to pursue their career as a research leader of tomorrow here at Newcastle.
We are particularly interested in those who have a clear intention of making an application for an external Fellowship to further their academic research career, and who already have a research standing that is compatible with success in national and international competitions. Successful candidates will join one of our research institutes, all of which support a dynamic research environment and staff grouping with state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities.
Our Programme welcomes approaches from external as well as internal candidates.
For developing clinical academics, please contact our Clinical Academic Office (email@example.com) for guidance and support.
The Programme is supported by the Barbour Foundation and the Wellcome Trust’s Institutional Strategic Support Fund.