Come and join a young and enthusiastic GI radiology department offering highly specialised abdominal and pelvic imaging.
- World leading quaternary care for peritoneal disease
- Colorectal peritoneal metastases
- Abdominal mesothelioma
- Tertiary HPB centre
- High volume specialist colorectal service at the home of the TME
Other GI imaging includes;
- Pelvic floor imaging
- GI fluoroscopy
- Small bowel ultrasound
- Liver elastography
- Contrast ultrasound
- Endorectal ultrasound
- Weekly triage of new national peritoneal referrals
- Specialist peritoneal
- Upper GI
- Pelvic floor
- Monthly national mesothelioma MDT
- Monthly Welsh peritoneal MDT
There are many opportunities for research with dedicated protected time and an option to work from home for this element. No on calls, however, insourcing is available.The post can be tailored to the individual. For more information, please contact;
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 www.jobs.nhs.uk
For further details contact:
Christie Hospital NHS Trust has an opportunity for a Fellowship in Cancer Imaging and Intervention with a good non-vascular/GI component, including upper GI endoscopy which runs annually starting in September.
Prof. Hans-Ulrich Laasch
Tel 0161 446 8542
There are 12-month clinical radiology fellowships (ST5+) at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals, London each year, including a fellowship in gastrointestinal and abdominal radiology.
For further details of clinical fellowships, please contact:
Dr Sarah Natas, Department of Radiology, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals, London
For further details of research fellowships, please contact:
Prof Vicky Goh, School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, King's College London.
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals offer two 12 months GI fellowship posts based at St James's University Hospital every year. These run from September - August. The fellowship offers an excellent opportunity to develop a wide range of sub-specialist diagnostic GI radiology skills. Leeds is a large tertiary centre and a wide range of teaching and research opportunities are also available.
The next set of posts (due to start September 2023) will be advertised via NHSjobs in November 2022.
For any more info contact Dr Tom Kaye (email@example.com)
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have two Cross Sectional Fellowships (ST5+, 12 months) based at Royal Liverpool Hospital. These are ideal for those with an interest in GI radiology and GU radiology. Full GMC registration with a licence to practice is required, as well as FRCR or equivalent. Liverpool is a large tertiary centre and a wide range of opportunities are also available. The posts are advertised on www.jobs.nhs.uk.
2 posts are available for a term of 12 months commencing September 2022. Applications are open now and close on 22/4/22.
For further details contact:
Dr John Mullany, Radiology department (RLH site), Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Prescot Street, Liverpool, L7 8XP
The London Deanery are the point of reference for Year 5 Subspecialty Postings. For further information please click on this link:
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There is a new and exciting opportunity opening up at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for a senior clinical fellow in body imaging!
Opportunities to do upper GI, lower GI, gynaecology and urology with an emphasis on learning advanced biopsy and drainage techniques in the abdomen and pelvis. There is no on call commitment, but opportunity to do extra cross-sectional and ultrasound WLI reporting. Having the Radiology Academy here in Norwich means there is also plenty of opportunity to teach or create novel educational opportunities for radiology trainees and medical students.
For more information on the role and how to apply, please click here.
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: http://jobs.nottingham.ac.uk/MED273220
Closing date Wednesday 10th February 2021
Contact: Prof Rob Dineen, Rob.Dineen@nottingham.ac.uk