RadNet City of London spans across four leading institutes, namely UCL, King’s, Barts, the Crick, and unites multi-disciplinary expertise across London to cultivate a modernised radiation research landscape. Our research focus is predicated on the view that cancer cure by radotherapy can be improved by an improved understanding of the following themes:
- Radiation Resistance Including cancer evolution and cancer stem cells
- Radiation Combinations How the TME and immune system affect response to radiotherapy
- Targeting and Technology Advanced radiotherapy techniques, including PBT, that converge on the tumour for children and young people’s cancers
- Outcomes and risk predictions Personalising radiotherapy using artificial intelligence, computational models and improved tumour imaging
- Clinincal translation Establish a clinical trials platform, to ensure a strong forward and reverse translational elements to the above themes
We are seeking top early-career scientists with a major focus in radiation biology and radiation oncology who would be interested to join our team. We have several junior group leader positions available and wish to explore how their ambitions align with our strategy.
For informal enquires, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
To apply, please send your CV and one-page cover letter outlining your research interests to the RadNet City of London Project Manager, Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 4th July 2021
This is being co-advertised at UCL, QMUL and KCL.