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Clinical Research Training Fellowship announced in Adolescent Dermatology

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Clinical Research Training Fellowship announced in Adolescent Dermatology

The Medical Research Foundation recently announced that it was co-funding with the Medical Research Council (MRC) a Clinical Research Training Fellow (CRTF) in Adolescent Dermatology.

The funding competition is now open and details can be found on their website.

The Medical Research Foundation stated that:

Applications are welcomed from clinicians who have the potential to be the research leaders of the future, whose research will increase understanding of the disease mechanisms underlying adolescent skin disorders. Funding may support research that will address the biological questions surrounding skin disorders of relevance to adolescents, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, alopecia and vitiligo.

Full eligibility and remit details are available on the MRC’s webpage for Clinical Research Training Fellows.

Applicants may apply for salary costs and up to £20,000 research costs per year, for up to four years.

There are three opportunities per year to apply for a clinical research training fellowship. See the MRC’s deadlines page for details of opportunities to apply for the scheme.

To apply, please visit the MRC’s dedicated CRTF page.

About the Author

Abigail Hurrell

Abbie joined The Vitiligo Society in 2021 and is responsible for leading the strategic development and operational delivery of the Charity.

Abbie lives in Northamptonshire with her dog, Ruby and her three cats, Luna, Ness and Pip.

Abbie joined The Vitiligo Society in 2021 and is responsible for leading the strategic development and operational delivery of the Charity.

Abbie lives in Northamptonshire with her dog, Ruby and her three cats, Luna, Ness and Pip.