Cancer Research UK/RCR Joint Clinical Research Fellowships (JCRFs)

For information on application dates please see CRUK website


This award is symbolic of a five-year joint agreement between Cancer Research UK and The Royal College of Radiologists established in 2010. 


Clinical Research Fellowships are administered by the Cancer Research centres across the UK and vary according to topical areas of research relevant to each centre. The Joint Fellowships are identified among members or Fellows of the RCR who are appointed through CRUK's open competition, via one of the Cancer Research UK Centres. Please visit the CRUK website for more information on the posts available at each centre. 


See CRUK website for more information. 


All clinical oncologists and clinical radiologists who are members or Fellows of the RCR. 

To apply: 

Clinical Research Fellowships are administered by the Cancer Research UK centres which have been set up throughout the UK. Please read about the centres on Cancer Research UK’s website, which also includes a map identifying each research centre.  You can then choose a particular centre to see what they are offering and the areas of research they are currently focusing on. To apply for a Clinical Research Fellowship you must contact the centre directly. 

Please contact if you have any queries relating to the JCRFs.