ACFs in conjunction with University of Manchester


The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at The University of Manchester has a long established ACF programme as outlined at http://sites.bmh.manchester.ac.uk/icat/. We support a wide range of research opportunities and as part of your training you will receive bespoke academic training at the University and have the opportunity to undertake a range of postgraduate degree programmes. The Integrated Academic Training Team (ICAT) work with Health Education England North West and in close liaison with the NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre (NIHR TCC) to provide this programme. 


ACFs in conjunction with University of Manchester

Current ACF Vacancies (anticipated start date is 7th August 2019)

*14 posts in total in conjunction with University of Manchester

Please click on the specialty name for the programme details

Specialty

Anticipated Number of Posts

ST1

ST2

ST3

ST4

Comments

Cardiology

 Up to 2 *

 

One post in one of either Cardiology / Renal Medicine

AND

One post in one of either Cardiology / General Practice / Renal Medicine, with a theme of  Older People and Complex Health Needs

 

Clinical Oncology

Up to 2 *

 

One post in one of either Obstetrics & Gynaecology / Clinical Oncology / Neurosurgery with a theme of Platform Science (‘-omics’) and Bioinformatics

AND

One post in one of either Obstetrics & Gynaecology / Clinical Oncology / Medical Oncology

 

Dermatology

Up to 2 *

 

One post in one of either Dermatology / Rheumatology / Respiratory Medicine

AND

One post in one of either Dermatology / Respiratory Medicine / Rheumatology with a theme of Therapeutics or Clinical Pharmacology

 

Emergency Medicine

Up to 2 *

 

One post in one of either Emergency Medicine / Intensive Care Medicine 

AND

One post in one of either Emergency Medicine / Intensive Care Medicine / Plastic Surgery with a theme of Acute Care

 

Endocrinology and Diabetes

Up to 1 *

One post in one of either Gastroenterology / Endocrinology & Diabetes / Paediatrics.

Gastroenterology

Up to 1 *

 

One post in one of either Gastroenterology / Endocrinology & Diabetes / Paediatrics.

General Practice

Up to 4 *

 

One post in one of either General Practice / General Psychiatry funded by NIHR

AND

One post in one of either Cardiology / General Practice / Renal Medicine, with a theme of Older People and Complex Health Needs funded by NIHR

AND

2 locally funded General Practice posts 

General Psychiatry

Up to 2 *

 

 

One post in one of either General Psychiatry / General Practice

AND

One post in one of either General Psychiatry / Old Age Psychiatry / Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 

General Surgery

Up to 1 *

 

One post in one of either General Surgery / Plastic Surgery

Histopathology

Up to 2 *

 

Two posts in one of either Neurology / Histopathology / Ophthalmology, one post with a theme of Platform Science (‘-omics’) and Bioinformatics

 

Intensive Care Medicine

Up to 2 *

 

One post in one of either in Emergency Medicine / Intensive Care Medicine 

AND

One post in one of either Emergency Medicine / Intensive Care Medicine / Plastic Surgery with a theme of Acute Care

 

Medical Oncology

Up to 1*

One post in one of either Medical Oncology / Clinical Oncology / Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Neurology

Up to 2*

Two posts in one of either Neurology / Histopathology / Ophthalmology, one post with a theme of Platform Science (‘-omics’) and Bioinformatics

Neurosurgery

Up to 1*

One post in one of either Obstetrics & Gynaecology / Clinical Oncology / Neurosurgery, with a theme of Platform Science (‘-omics’) and Bioinformatics

 

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Up to 2 *

 

One post in one of either Obstetrics & Gynaecology / Clinical Oncology / Neurosurgery with a theme of Platform Science (‘-omics’) and Bioinformatics

AND

One post in one of either Obstetrics and Gynaecology / Clinical Oncology / Medical Oncology 

Old Age Psychiatry

Up to 1 *

 

 

One post in one of either General Psychiatry / Old Age Psychiatry / Child & Adolescent Psychiatry with a theme of Mental Health

Ophthalmology

Up to 2 *

 

Two posts in one of either Neurology / Histopathology / Ophthalmology, one post with a theme of Platform Science (‘-omics’) and Bioinformatics

 

Paediatrics

Up to 1 *

One post in one of either Gastroenterology / Endocrinology & Diabetes / Paediatrics

Plastic Surgery

Up to 2 *

 

One post in either General Surgery / Plastic Surgery

AND

One post in one of either Emergency Medicine / Intensive Care Medicine / Plastic Surgery with a theme of Acute Care

 

Renal Medicine

Up to 2 *

 

One post in either Cardiology / Renal Medicine

AND

One post in one of either Cardiology / General Practice / Renal Medicine, with a theme of Older People and Complex Health Needs

 

Respiratory Medicine

Up to 2 *

 

Two posts in one of either Dermatology / Rheumatology / Respiratory Medicine; one post with a theme of Therapeutics or Clinical Pharmacology

 

Rheumatology

Up to 2 *

 

Two posts in one of either Dermatology / Rheumatology / Respiratory Medicine; one post with a theme of Therapeutics or Clinical Pharmacology

 

Programme Details will be available via Oriel from Monday 8th October 2018

 

General Contact Details:

For all University of Manchester queries, except for General Practice, please contact:

Email: acfrecruitment.nw@hee.nhs.uk or call 0161 625 7669

 

The Academic Lead for University of Manchester is Tracy Briggs

 

Specialty

Academic Lead

 

Please click on the relevant name

in order to contact them by email

Clinical Programme Lead

 

Please click on the relevant name

in order to contact them by email

Cardiovascular Medicine

Tony Heagerty

Sanjay Sastry

Clinical Genetics

 William Newman

 Kate Chandler

Clinical Oncology

Ananya Choudhury

Joanna Coote

Diabetes and Endocrinology

Neil Hanley

Naveed Younis

Dermatology

Richard Warren 

Helen Young

Emergency Medicine

Rick Body

Kevin Mackway-Jones

Gastroenterology

Shaheen Hamdy

Philip Shields

General Practice

Tom Blakeman

Rebecca Baron

General Psychiatry

Nav Kapur

 

Margaret Campbell

General Surgery

Nigel Bundred

David van Dellen

Histopathology

Richard Byers 

 Edmund Cheesman

Intensive Care Medicine

Paul Dark

Ken McGrattan

Medical Oncology

Michael Braun

Saifee Mullamitha

Neurology

Andrew King

Tahir Majeed

Neurosurgery

Andrew King

 Ankur Saxena

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Edward Johnstone (Obstetrics)

Richard Edmondson (Gynaecology)

Fiona Clarke

Old Age Psychiatry

Nav Kapur

 

Margaret Campbell

Ophthalmology

 Paul Bishop

Jane Ashworth 

Paediatrics

Peter Arkwright

Ruth Gottstein (ST1-ST3)

Plastic Surgery

 Adm Reid

Srinnivasan Iyer 

Renal Medicine

Sandip Mitra

Ajay Dhaygude

Respiratory Medicine

Tim Felton

Mark Wilkinson

Rheumatology

Anne Barton

Chandini Rao


 Last updated: 11 October 2018