Welcome to Clinical Academic Training in Edinburgh
NOW RECRUITING – 2017 INTAKE
Applications from suitably qualified candidates are now invited for the 2017 intake. Please see the University’s vacancies’ page for further information (vacancy ref 038935): www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk The deadline for applications is 5.00pm on Monday 20 March 2017. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 19 April 2017.
Informal enquiries are encouraged and should be made, in the first instance, to the ECAT Administrator via firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a clinician interested in exploring research as part of your career, or developing a career as a clinical academic or clinician scientist?
A clinical academic career is dynamic, exciting, varied and above all enormous fun. However, it can be daunting to understand all the opportunities available, how best to match these to your clinical career and how to effectively develop your ideas to develop a substantive piece of research.
We hope to assist you by showing you the huge range of research opportunities available in Edinburgh. We also offer advice on how best to develop your research to achieve your potential and navigate the world of research funding and fellowships.
If you have any questions, please get in touch using the contact page.
We wish you good luck with your clinical career!
Professor Moira Whyte & Professor Andrew Jackson
It takes all sorts of people to make a successful clinical academic, but what exactly is a clinical academic and how do you know if you want to be one? Find out more about clinical academic careers and how to go about building one.
Edinburgh University is an internationally renowned research centre that is still small enough to be personal, offering unique and cutting edge opportunities for doctoral research within a supportive setting. Edinburgh’s interactive philosophy of research brings together both clinical & basic scientists from different backgrounds to work together at large research centres spread throughout the city.
Get some good advice about building your research career. It’s important to gain varied experience in lots of different environments – this will help to build and broaden your experience. Enjoy the variety and intellectual challenge of an academic life and make sure you get the right mix of clinical and research activity.