There are three potential modes of training:
• Academic Clinical Fellowship Programme – 3 years divided into 6 blocks of clinical training.
For details of the Clinical Academic Training Programme, including how to make an application, please see the University’s Clinical Academic Training Office website.
• Academic Clinical Lectureship Programme– 4 years, 2 years of research and 2 years of clinical practice.
For details of the Academic Clinical Lectureship Programme, including how to make an application, please see the University’s Clinical Academic Training Office website.
• Clinical Research Fellowship Scheme – 3 years conducting full-time research for a PhD degree
The Cambridge Cancer Centre Clinical Research Fellowship scheme provides funding for clinicians to undertake a full-time 3 year PhD degree with the University of Cambridge. For information about the scheme please see CCC Clinical Research Fellowships 2019.
Clinical Academic training is available in the following disciplines:
• Medical oncology
• Clinical oncology
• Surgical oncology