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Fellowships


Lecturer Registrar in Medical Geronotolgy

This 1-3-year post is appointed by the School of Medicine and offers a mix of undergraduate teaching, research, and clinical activities. The position allows for lecturing experience, specialist clinical training as well as the opportunity to undertake a research doctorate (M.D.). This Fellowship is especially suitable for Specialist Registrars interested in Out of Programme Experience.

Clinical Research Fellow in Medical Gerontology

A 1-3-year Clinical Research Fellow post that supports the Chair of Medical Gerontology is embedded in the Falls and Syncope Unit in St James’s Hospital and allows for specialist clinical training as well as the opportunity to undertake a research doctorate (M.D. or Ph.D.) This Fellowship is especially suitable for Specialist Registrars interested in Out of Programme Experience.

Davis Coakley Research Fellowship

This is a 1-3-year Clinical Research Fellow post that supports the Chair of Medical Gerontology and is embedded in the Falls and Syncope Unit in St James’s Hospital. The Fellowship is named in recognition to Professor Davis Coakley and allows for specialist clinical training as well as the opportunity to undertake a research doctorate (M.D. or Ph.D.). This Fellowship is especially suitable for Specialist Registrars interested in Out of Programme Experience.

Watts Clinical Research Fellowship

This MIRA-sponsored fellowship is named after Professor Bill Watts, Chairman of the Board of the Mercer’s Hospital Foundation that supported the development of the Mercer’s Institute for Research on Ageing (MIRA). This is a Clinical Research Fellow post that is embedded in the Memory Clinic in St James’s Hospital and allows for specialist clinical training as well as the opportunity to undertake a research doctorate (M.D.).

Clinical Fellow in Bone Health

This MIRA-sponsored fellowship is embedded in the Bone Health Clinic in St James’s Hospital and allows for specialist clinical training as well as the opportunity to undertake a research doctorate (M.D.).