Clinical Academic Training Programme
Welcome to the Northern Ireland Clinical Academic Training Programme at Queen's University. The Clinical Academic Training Programme, as outlined in our Clinical Academic Training Guide - Investigate Further, offers opportunities at different levels to experience high quality research and prepare for a future career in research. An overview of the career path for Clinical Academics can be found here.
Clinical Academic Trainees at Academic F2, ACF, PhD and ACL level, profiled below, work within a range of disciplines: medical and surgical, laboratory, general practice and public health. All academic trainees are attached to an internationally recognised clinical investigator in one of the four Research Centres or Centre for Medical Education, which provides opportunity to experience cutting edge clinical and laboratory research.
A number of research opportunities are available to undergraduate medical students including intercalated degrees, summer studentships, PhD, Queen’s University Academic Medicine Society (QUAMS) and a mentoring scheme.
The application process is now open for Academic Clinical Fellows (ACF) and Academic Clinical Lecturers (ACL). The deadline for applications is 4pm on Monday 15 February 2016. For full job description, information on the process and an application form please click here.