The Institute of Cancer Research and The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust Joint Department of Physics
The Royal Marsden (RMH) was the world’s first hospital dedicated to cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. Its academic partner, The Institute of Cancer Research, London (ICR), is one of the world’s most influential cancer research institutes, with an outstanding record of achievement dating back more than 100 years. Together, RMH and ICR form the largest, most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe and are rated in the top four cancer centres globally.
Why work for us
The Joint Department of Physics is a collaboration of academic and clinical staff from ICR and RMH. It conducts and translates research and developments in medical physics into clinical practice and provides support for the RMH clinical activities of radiotherapy, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, MR imaging and radiology. Working with us you will have the opportunity to join a world-class organization and become part of a centre of excellence with an international reputation and great opportunities for career development, while also having a chance to make a real difference for cancer patients.
Training and development
The Joint Department of Physics is committed to the personal development and the continued professional development of all our staff for all career stages. In addition to the training and support provided within individual teams, the Learning and Development Teams of ICR and RMH provide a mix of courses and online programmes to assist individuals with training and development.
The ICR is the UK’s leading academic cancer research centre and a postgraduate college of the University of London. We are committed to educating and training the next generation of researchers and clinicians. Our PhD students conduct world-class research projects at state-of-the-art research facilities like the Centre for Cancer Imaging (CCI) or the Cancer Research Centre of Excellence (CRCE), which are collaboratively operated between Imperial College and ICR.
What we are looking for
In the Joint Department of Physics we are looking for excellent candidates who will help us deliver our mission of making the discoveries that defeat cancer, and help us to continue to make a national and global contribution to cancer research and treatment, so that more people are cured and quality of life is improved for those living with cancer. We are looking for exceptional people at all stages of their careers. We consider all applications on merit and have a strong commitment to enhancing the diversity of our staff.
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