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.
How much does a cancer researcher make UK? How much does a Scientist at Cancer Research UK make? The typical Cancer Research UK Scientist salary is £36,370 per year. Scientist salaries at Cancer Research UK can range from £32,734 – £55,861 per year.
Do Cancer Research UK employees get paid? The average Cancer Research UK salary ranges from approximately £18,540 per year for an Assistant Manager to £59,835 per year for a Lead Product Manager. The average Cancer Research UK hourly pay ranges from approximately £9 per hour for a Sales Assistant to £22 per hour for a Volunteer.
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.