Monday, 14 December 2015

Early Career Fellowships in medicine, medical humanities, society and ethics

These fellowships are potentially open to researchers in medical interpreting, translation & history of medicine, or related topics:

Elizabeth Blackwell Institute Early Career Fellowships 2016/17

The University of Bristol is seeking to support exceptionally talented and motivated researchers who seek to further their career by applying for prestigious, independent, externally-funded fellowships to be held at Bristol.  You must be highly competitive and eligible for externally funded ‘Early Career’ fellowships or similar.  Eligibility for these schemes typically runs from the final year of your PhD up to 6 years post PhD.

We offer a salaried position to enable applications to be made to, and secured from, external funding bodies and for your research vision to be developed along with mentoring by senior academic staff. Applicants should have a very strong publication record, and be seeking to work on a topic aligned to any one of the University of Bristol’s health-related research themes which include: Population health and epidemiology; Neurosciences and psychiatric disease; Cardiovascular science and disease; Biochemistry and cell biology; Infection and immunity; Bioengineering; Cancer; Regenerative medicine; Musculoskeletal diseases; Zoonotic disease. Applicants in the fields of Medical Humanities or Society and Ethics are also welcomed.

Full details and application form:

Further information: Further details can be obtained from Dr Nina Couzin (ebi-health at
Deadline:  Applications should be submitted to ebi-health at by 09:00 (GMT) Friday 12 February 2016.