Clinical Research Associate

University College London - Division of Surgery and Interventional Science Department of Tissue and Energy

We are looking for an enthusiastic doctor to assist in the running of PREVENTT and research projects in anaemia and iron deficiency Our research group has a strong track record with over 200 publications, a dozen PhD’s, and 35 BSc’s in the last 5 years. The post is a great opportunity for an applicant interested in; clinical trial development or surgical optimization or anaemia & iron deficiency or human performance/fitness.

The post holder will have responsibility for directly working with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) to ensure the appropriate day-to-day management of PREVENTT. This will include clinical duties to identify and recruit patients at UCH also; development of protocols, answering clinical and trial queries, presentation at sites as well as national/international conferences. It is anticipated on trial completion in 2018 that the fellow will aid in data analysis and reporting in 2019.

This post is available from 01 December 2017 and is initially funded for 12 months.

The successful candidate must have a qualification in Medicine or allied speciality. Familiarity with the healthcare environment, with emphasis on surgery and related specialities, familiarity with Patient Blood Management and experience of making presentations at national level are essential.

The postholder must have excellent time management skills and a meticulous approach to project documentation, excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be discrete and able to deal with confidential matters.

UCL vacancy reference: 1680697

Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.

If you are unable to apply online please contact Miss Faith Hanstater on , quoting job reference 1680697

If you would like to speak to someone regarding this opportunity, please contact Professor Toby Richards on  or Dr Anna Butcher

Further information about the UCL Division of Surgery and Interventional Science can be found on our website

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