Are you passionate about shaping the radiotherapy research landscape to help improve outcomes for people affected by cancer?

We are now inviting applications for Chairs and Deputy Chairs of four new NCRI CTRad working groups. These time-limited groups are being established to address tasks under each of NCRI CTRad’s strategic priority areas. The four working groups are:

  • Develop and publish a translational research roadmap
  • Produce and publish a roadmap/position paper on the barriers and challenges in molecular radiotherapy research with proposed solutions and opportunities
  • Produce publication(s) showing the impact of NCRI CTRad supported trials on UK radiotherapy practice
  • Convene a workshop to explore the potential for patient-guided radiotherapy, and write a position paper on the best practice for patient-guided radiotherapy and patient-reported outcome measures in radiotherapy trials

We are looking to appoint inspirational Chairs and Deputy Chairs for these working groups whose leadership, vision and energy will help drive and shape the structure and strategy of the groups, in line with NCRI’s values.

CTRad Working Group Chair and Deputy Chair Role descriptions

For more information about the NCRI Working Groups, refer to the NCRI Working Group Terms of Reference.

Please note that membership of the NCRI Networks is required for all applicants. If you are not yet signed up, please do so by going here.

If you have any questions about the roles, please contact Nicola Keat, NCRI’s Head of Groups on 0203 469 5250 or Nicola.Keat@ncri.org.uk

The application form should be completed and submitted by 12pm on 22 August 2022.

If you are looking for the NCRI CTRad Working Groups ECR Lead opportunity, it can be found here.

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