How do I become a cancer researcher UK?
- Most of our institutes advertise studentships and fellowships once a year.
- Our Centres also offer PhD opportunities.
- We also offer Research Bursaries for clinicians and allied health professionals.
What qualifications do you need to be a cancer researcher?
|Recommended Degree||Many jobs require a PhD or MD; some may only require a master’s degree|
|Education Field of Study||Biology, chemistry, epidemiology, or another health-related field|
|Key Skills||Analytical, attention to detail, statistical, communication, critical thinking|
Why do I want to work for Cancer Research UK? We provide a range of benefits which will reward your hard work, energise you, motivate you and inspire you to bring what it takes for us to beat cancer together. They’re our way of helping you look after your own health and happiness, both at work and outside it.
What jobs work with cancer research?
- Faculty in Cancer Epidemiology.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship.
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program.
- Research Coordinator II – Liver Cancer.
- Research Coordinator II – Cancer Research.
- Investigator, Cancer Biology (Oncology)
- RNA Accelerator Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Cancer Immunology Discovery.