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Wellcome-HRB Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) PhD Fellowships


ICAT seeks to appoint 8 qualified and ambitious medical graduates who aspire to become the next generation of clinical academic leaders. Applications must be submitted by 16.00 GMT, 31 October 2017

ICAT is an all-Ireland clinician PhD programme funded by Wellcome and the Health Research Board, HSE-NDTP, HSC R&D Division, and six Universities: TCD, UCD, NUI Galway, QUB, RCSI and UCC. The programme is coordinated by MMI.

Integrated with postgraduate medical training, ICAT will support 4 years of academic training at the beginning of higher specialist training (HST) or equivalent, with clinical andacademic mentoring until completion of PhD and CCST/CCT.

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Applications must be submitted by 16.00 GMT, 31 October 2017

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