NIHR | Manchester Biomedical Research Centre

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Manchester BRC’s vision is to drive health improvements and lasting change for all through creative, inclusive and proactive research that identifies and bridges gaps between new discoveries and individualised care.

We have recently been awarded more than £60 million for 2022-2027 to translate our scientific discoveries into new treatments, diagnostic tests, and medical technologies to improve patients’ lives in Greater Manchester, Lancashire, and South Cumbria.

The expansion of our research themes and our geographical reach will ensure that communities across our region’s urban, rural and coastal settings will now be able to participate in cutting-edge research, and requires us to build our workforce to develop and deliver research across our region and to involve many more of our citizens and local patients in our research planning.

You can explore our current vacancies below:

Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine Theme

  • Position type: Fixed term
  • Salary: Clinical Scale: £55,329 – £63,152 per annum (depending on experience)
  • Contact duration: 24 Months. Provisional Start Date: 2 April 2024
  • Closing date: 04/03/2024

Are you an enthusiastic and ambitious clinician looking to be part of a leading inter-disciplinary research team? Do you wish to gain experience in clinical translational research? Do you have an interest in inherited cardiac conditions or congenital heart disease? Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading Biomedical Research Centres and Universities?

An opportunity has arisen for a highly skilled and enthusiastic clinician to work with world-leading researchers at the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre and the Faculty of Biology, Medicine & Health, University of Manchester.

This full-time post, for two years in the first instance with the opportunity to extend for a third year, offers an opportunity to develop research skills and clinical experience in inherited cardiac conditions or congenital heart disease. You will be a key member of a team of clinical academics based across University of Manchester and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, studying a wide range of inherited cardiac conditions. You will have the opportunity to study for a higher degree (MD or PhD) while taking full advantage of the outstanding available opportunities to produce research outputs that will advance your career.