A global recruitment drive is underway to bring 20 of the world’s best cancer experts and their teams to Manchester. Specialist cancer centre The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Manchester are jointly funding the plan as part of their role in the Manchester Cancer Research Centre (MCRC).
Our integrated approach is essential to turn research findings in the laboratory into better, more effective, treatments for cancer patients. Building on Manchester's strong heritage in cancer research, we provide outstanding facilities where scientists, doctors and nurses can work closely together.
In order to accomplish our goals, we seek pioneers who share our enthusiasm for innovation and collaboration; revolutionising cancer treatment. We are particularly seeking scientists and clinical academics in:
- Screening and prevention
- Personalised cancer therapy
- Radiotherapy related research
- Lung cancer
- Women's cancers
- Haematological oncology
If you are a recognised expert in your field, or aspire to be, we are always interested in hearing from you, whether to discuss current or future vacancies. For more information about our current vacancies please click here.
We aim to create a culture of diversity within our community that provides a dynamic working and learning environment, where all members are valued for their contribution and individuality. We strive to ensure that we have policies, practices and support systems in place that encourage talented people, whatever their backgrounds, to work and study here.
Successful applicants will be employed by The University of Manchester; clinicians will also have an honorary contract with The Christie NHS Foundation Trust.