Queen Mary University London NIHR-funded Clinical Integrated Academic Training programme (NIHR IAT) enables medical and dental trainees to pursue academic research alongside their clinical training. QMUL and Barts Health work in partnership with Health Education North Central and East London to provide a continuous clinical and academic pathway for specialty trainees in either research or education.
Trainees join the programme at two stages related to their academic status, and are based in 30 specialities across the School of Medicine and Dentistry.
There are two types of integrated academic posts:
Do you want to be an Academic Clinical Fellow at QMUL? Keep checking back for positions open for applications.
Do you want to be an Clinical Lecturer at QMUL?
Clinical Lectureship Cardiology
Clinical Lecturer Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus ST5+
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