For applicants: doctoral clinical fellows

Applications currently closed

Applications for the 2022 doctoral clinical fellows programme closed on 15 November 2021.

The Francis Crick Institute

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Please read the following candidate instructions carefully before starting or submitting your application.

Register on our academic recruitment system

You must register on our academic recruitment system and activate your account before you can complete an application form.

To register, you will be asked to provide a valid email address - please type this in carefully as the account activation link will be sent to this email address. Please note that these emails sometimes get blocked by email/university security systems or end up in spam folders, so check your spam/junk folder.

Please make sure that your email address is one that you will check regularly throughout the application process as this will be how we will contact you.

Complete the application form

The online application form has 12 sections: personal details, project choice, statement, research experience, clinical employment, professional qualifications, education, other details, references, equal opportunities, declaration and candidate instructions.

You can move from section to section by clicking on the left-hand links. You can save your progress so you can return to and complete the form at a later date. However, if you move to a new section of the form without completing all the required fields and hitting the 'save' button, changes will be lost.

The deadline for applications to the 2022 Doctoral fellowships for clinicians was 12:00 noon (GMT) on 15 November 2021, when the online application site will close. However, you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible, to allow sufficient time for your referees to supply their references.

Please note that the deadline for references is 22 November 2021.

How to complete the application form

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