Health Education England (HEE), the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), UK medical schools and their NHS partners have worked together to help develop career pathways for clinicians interested in pursuing an academic career.
What is a clinical academic?
A clinical academic is a clinically qualified medical researcher who is involved in making scientific discoveries which translate into a greater understanding of human health and disease. Clinical academics contribute to the development of new treatment paradigms. They are also involved in teaching and mentoring clinicians who are interested in developing an academic career track.
Why choose St George's for clinical academic training?
- At St George's you can do research and clinical work on our large campus and major university teaching hospital - all on one site
- You'll have access to expert training and the chance to develop generic transferable skills
- You can study for higher qualifications including the Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare and Biomedical Education, Postgraduate Certificate in Genomics, MSc in Sports Cardiology and various MDRes and PhD programmes
- You'll be able to interact with other highly skilled leading edge scientists and world-leading research covering areas such as infection and immunity, cardiac sciences and population health.
Find out more
Read more about the clinical academic training programmes we offer, or read accounts from St George's clinical academics below.
- Case study: Academic Clinical Fellow in Clinical Pharmacology
- Case study: Academic Clinical Fellow in Rheumatology
- Case study: Academic Clinical Fellow in General Practice
- Case study: Clinical Senior Lecturer
- Case study: NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Medical Microbiology
To learn more about academic training at St George's, contact us. We'll endeavour to answer your questions about training programmes, becoming a supervisor, claiming expenses or any other issue.
Last Updated: Friday, 27 January 2017 14:51