UK Fellowships

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cambridge University Hospitals have two Cross Sectional Fellowships based at Addenbrooke's Hospital. These can be tailored to any subspecialty interest but are ideal for those with an interest in GI radiology, and are intended for those wishing to combine subspecialty training with research. Full GMC registration with a licence to practice is required, as well as FRCR or equivalent.  The posts are advertised on

For further details contact:

Dr Edmund Godfrey

Christie Hospital, Manchester

Christie Hospital NHS Trust has an opportunity for a Fellowship in Cancer Imaging and Intervention with a good non-vascular/GI component which runs annually starting in September.

Contact details:
Dr. Hans-Ulrich Laasch, MRCP, FRCR
Consultant Radiologist
Department of Radiology
Christie Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Wilmslow Road
M20 4BX
Telephone: 0161 446 3896
Fax: 0161 446 8532

Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital & Division of Imaging Sciences & Biomedical Engineering, London

There is a clinical (ST5) fellowship and clinical research (with a focus on MRI and PET/MRI) fellowship in body/cancer imaging available at King’s College London and Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital from August 2017.  For further details please contact Dr Vicky Goh as below. 

Contact details:
Dr Vicky Goh
Department of Radiology, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals, & Division of Imaging Sciences, KCL
Telephone: 0207 188 5517 (PA: Vicky Williams)

St James's University Hospital, Leeds

There is a GI Radiology Fellowship based at St James's University Hospital Leeds.  The department provides imaging for a full range of GI clinical service. The emphasis of the Fellowship is on enhancing diagnostic radiological skills. Research and teaching opportunities are available.

For further information contact Dr Tom Kaye (Consultant Radiologist)

London and South East England

The London Deanery are the point of reference for Year 5 Subspecialty Postings.  For further information please click on this link:

London North West University Healthcare NHS trust, St Mark’s Hospital

Clinical fellow in Gastrointestinal Imaging
Subspecialty trainee post in Gastrointestinal (GI) Radiology, providing exposure to all diagnostic modalities, focusing on lower GI exams including CTC. This is an excellent opportunity for a Year 5 radiology GMC registered radiologist to train in tertiary level GI imaging and interpretation with a significant focus on clinical experience, but with options for research open to appropriate candidates. The post will be based at St Mark’s hospital directly supervised by Drs Arun Gupta and David Burling. The department deals with complex IBD patients, colorectal cases, both early and advanced stage referred both locally and nationally, so is an excellent case mix to train in. Please note you must have or be about to pass FRCR part 2b exams, and be GMC registered in order to be eligible to apply for the post.
Contact: Dr Arun Gupta, lead clinical Radiologist at St Mark’s Hospital.

Hospital contact details:
Intestinal Imaging Department,
Level 4 St Mark's Hospitals,
Watford Road,
Tel: 020 8235 4180

Salford Royal Hospital

This is a new Post CCT Fellowship position required to support and develop radiology services. The post will be based at Salford Care Organisation but may include sessions at other care organisations within the Northern Care Alliance (NCA).

The Ideal candidate should have a good grounding in general radiology but it is anticipated that the candidate will have a special interest in GI imaging and this post will support further training in this sub-specialty; to include diagnostic and intervention work.

Further details / informal visits contact

Dr Jill Carlin, Clinical Director Radiology,, 0161 206 5860

Dr Luke Williams, Consultant Radiologist,, 0161 206 5723

Dr Ajay Tokala, Consultant Radiologist,, 0161 206 5723

The following link gives further information and application details

University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust

Applications are invited for two posts of Clinical Fellow in Radiology, based at University Hospital Coventry. The posts are available for a fixed term of 12 months but shorter placements will be considered.

The post holder will train in advanced imaging of their chosen sub-specialty, whilst participating in the general workload of the department. Training will be tailored to suit the requirements of the appointee, and can include musculoskeltal imaging, trauma imaging, gastrointestinal imaging (upper & lower), hepatopancreatobiliary as well as gynaecological imaging. You will join a team of 31 Consultant Radiologists and 16 Registrars in a department which performed over 70,000 CTs, 50,000 MRIs and 50,000 ultrasounds in 2017/18. 

University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust is one of the largest university teaching hospitals in Europe with over 1,400 beds and over 800,000 episodes of care each year. The Coventry Hospital site offers every specialty under one roof with the exception of specialist paediatric surgery. It is the second busiest trauma centre in the UK, with one of the best survival rates.

Applicants must hold FRCR (or equivalent) and CCT in Clinical Radiology (or equivalent) and must hold, or be eligible to hold, full GMC registration in the UK. An enthusiastic attitude and the ability to work in a multidisciplinary team are essential.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Neil Gupta, Consultant Radiologist, College Tutor for Clinical Radiology & Fellowship Program Director, on 02476 966974 or email:


University of Nottingham – Early Career Imaging Research Fellowships

The University of Nottingham are currently advertising standalone Early Career Imaging Research Fellowships at the University of Nottingham.  These are for medically-qualified imaging researchers, both at pre- and post-doctoral levels.
The posts come with internal pump-priming research support up to £10,000.
The fellowships provide a great opportunity for clinical imaging researchers to build their portfolio in preparation for applying for a PhD studentship or post-PhD clinical academic post.
Advert link:
Closing date Wednesday 10th February 2021

Contact: Prof Rob Dineen,

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