Current Vacancies

Cancer Research UK RadNet City of London is training the next generation of leaders in the field of radiotherapy.
We’re supporting the growth of the radiation research community by actively recruiting for new research fellows, technicians and group leaders.
See the current vacancies below.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Consultant Clinical Oncologist in GI cancer to join our team. This post is jointly funded by UCLH and UCL (RadNet CoL).

For enquires, please contact Dr Naomi Fersht, Clinical Lead for the Radiotherapy directorate, naomi.fersht@nhs.net and Prof. Maria Hawkins Clinical Director RADNET m.hawkins@ucl.ac.uk

Closing date: 22 April 2022.

Please follow the links to apply:

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NHS jobs

CRUK RadNet City of London aims to unite multi-disciplinary expertise across London to cultivate a modernised radiation research landscape. We believe that cancer cure by radiotherapy can be improved by concentrating on our themes.

We are seeking top early career clinicians with a major focus in radiation oncology who would be interested to join our team. We have a clinical junior group leader position available and wish to explore how their ambitions align with our strategy.

This is an ideal opportunity for the successful candidate to lead and develop an ambitious radiotherapy research programme embedded within a truly world class environment of cancer research and clinical infrastructure.

The position is funded for 5 years in the first instance.

For informal enquiries, please contact Prof Maria Hawkins, Radiation Oncology director, m.hawkins@ucl.ac.uk. For application details, please contact MedPhys.HR, medphys.hr@ucl.ac.uk.

Applications close in May 2022.

Please follow the link to apply.

Joining Dr Kasper Fugger’s lab, we are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated cell/molecular biologist for a post doc position in the newly formed Nucleotide Metabolism Laboratory at the University College London (UCL) Cancer Institute (http://https://www.ucl.ac.uk/cancer/).

The successful candidate will drive an ambitious and exciting new project that investigates the molecular mechanisms of nucleotide metabolism in mammalian cells. To elucidate new metabolic factors and pathways, the candidate will take advantage of state-of-the-art technologies, world-class facilities and impeccable knowledge that is available at the Cancer Institute as well as through the RadNet City of London’s network.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Kasper Fugger, Junior Group Leader, k.fugger@ucl.ac.uk. For enquiries regarding the application process please contact Cancer Institute HR Office ci.hr-office@ucl.ac.uk.

Please follow the links to apply.

In Dr Kasper Fugger’s lab, we are seeking an enthusiastic and talented research technician with exceptional organisational skill and experience working with mammalian cells to join the newly formed Nucleotide Metabolism Laboratory at the University College London (UCL) Cancer Institute (http://https://www.ucl.ac.uk/cancer/).

The successful candidate will work alongside the lab members be involved in exciting new projects that investigates the molecular mechanisms of nucleotide metabolism. The candidate will work with cell culturing and state-of-the-art technologies including genome-wide CRISPR screens, CRISPR genome editing, metabolomics as well as various cell and molecular biology assays. The candidate will also help with organising lab inventory and maintain databases.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Kasper Fugger, Junior Group Leader, k.fugger@ucl.ac.uk. For enquiries regarding the application process please contact Cancer Institute HR Office ci.hr-office@ucl.ac.uk.

Please follow the links to apply.

The Computational Radiation Biology and Oncology Lab, led by Dr Jamie Dean and based at the UCL Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering and UCL Cancer Institute, is seeking a Research Fellow with a background in statistical, mathematical or computational modelling. You will lead the computational aspects of a highly translational, multidisciplinary, collaborative study funded by Cancer Research UK to “Optimise olaparib-radiotherapy combination therapy administration schedules for glioblastoma”.

We encourage applications from computational scientists from any field (prior knowledge of radiation and cancer biology are not necessary) who are excited about applying their skillset to solving problems in oncology.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Jamie Dean, Junior Group Leader, jamie.dean@ucl.ac.uk. For enquiries regarding the application process please contact Medical Physics HR medphys.hr@ucl.ac.uk.

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