BRC training opportunities

The BRC offers a range of training opportunties for researchers. Job vacancies will be advertised through The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and The Institute of Cancer Research, London.  

BRC Post-Doctoral Support

Applications are now open for the BRC post-doctoral support funding scheme which aims to “bridge the gap” between MD(Res)/PhD and Clinician Scientist Fellowships (or equivalent). 

Time-limited funding to support high calibre individuals who have clear long term plans to pursue a clinical academic career.

Find out more and apply

BRC Molecular Pathology Starter Programme

This annual programme offers histopathology specialty registrars training in the fundamental aspects of molecular pathology. 

The programme aims to give histopathology trainees a basic foundation in molecular pathology, with the expectation that this will significantly enhance their careers in general diagnostic histopathology, as well as provide grounding for any later interest in pursuing translational or basic research.

Applications are now closed. 

Pathway to Independence Programme

Developing future clinical academic leaders in cancer research is a career development and leadership programme for early-career clinical academics. 

The programme is currently closed to applications and will re-open in 2020.

Non-clinical PhD studentships

We will be supporting up to 15 non-clinical translational PhD studentships at the ICR to provide additional research capacity in the BRC's key areas of strategic need, such as immuno-oncology and molecular diagnostics.

The programme is now closed to applications