Joint RCS/Blond McIndoe Research Foundation Fellowship
One-year Research Fellowship in burns, wound healing or soft tissue reconstruction.
The deadline for 2021 applications is now closed.
Due to the generosity of the Blond McIndoe Research Foundation, the Royal College of Surgeons of England is delighted to be able to seek applications for an RCS Research Fellowship funded for one year.
The damage and disfigurement caused by serious burns, major soft tissue trauma and disease can be life-changing. The Blond McIndoe Research Foundation is committed to advancing research into techniques and technologies that will repair, restore and regenerate tissue and reduce debilitating scarring and its charitable objective is:
- To advance patient care by supporting cutting edge research into burns, wound healing and soft tissue reconstruction.
The fellow will remain employed by their host institution, renumerated by the RCS. The fellowship will cover salary, on-costs and some running expenses.
- must be members, affiliates or ad eundem of Royal College of Surgeons of England, or you may have an ad eundem application in progress;
- must propose a project that is aligned with Blond McIndoe’s charitable objective
- One copy of the application form Part A, Part B, Part C
- One copy of Part D
- One equal opportunities form
- Statement from the appropriate Training Programme Director at your Deanery to express full support of your fellowship appointment, should you be successful
- Terms and Conditions
Submit all documents as an electronic file to email@example.com, with ‘Application for RCS/Blond McIndoe fellowship’ in the subject line by 1 December 2020