Lymphoma/CLL/CAR-t clinical fellowships

02/28/2023   Nottingham University Hospitals Nhs Trust  

Job description

The Haematology Department at Nottingham University Hospitals is recruiting. We are looking for young and enthusiastic Haematologist/trainees for three whole time clinical fellowship posts. Job offers are for 12 (extendable to 24) months. The whole time STR-level Fellow post is based in the Russell Centre for Clinical Haematology, located at the City Hospital Campus of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

These clinical fellowship appointments will provide experience and training in all aspects of lymphoma CAR-T cell therapy and CLL, including in- and out-patient work, ambulatory chemotherapy, autologous stem cell transplantation and offers clinical research opportunities. This post is designed to offer extensive experience and focused development of skills in the clinical management of lymphoid malignancies and includes opportunities for engagement in clinical research. Clinical and educational supervision will be provided by the Consultants of the lymphoma team. There is no formal ‘on call’ commitment at present but there may be opportunities to participate in the ST on-call rota during the tenure of the post.

The post is targeted at individuals after completion of their specialist training in Haematology or senior Haematology trainees who wish to further broaden and strengthen their skills and knowledge prior to pursuing a specialist Consultant post in lymphoid malignancies. The salary will be commensurate with an ST trainee.

The lymphoma/CART service is responsible for a large primary catchment and serves as the tertiary referral centre for autologous stem cell transplantation, CNS lymphoma and clinical trial therapies for all lymphoma subtypes for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, with a catchment population of up to four million patients. An NHS-England accredited CAR-T program supporting the region (Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire) will begin in 2023.

The Nottinghamshire Lymphoma MDT serves a primary catchment of one million population and meets weekly. The MDT benefits from high quality interactions with the Radiation Oncology department, PET-CT radiologists and Haematopathologists.


Candidates will be required to have full GMC registration at the time of appointment.

How to apply

Informal enquiries Dr Nicolas Martinez-Calle Tel: 0115 969 1169 Ext 72054


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Deadline for application

Feb 28, 2023