Survey of clinical and health research fellowships published by MRC
The Medical Research Council has today published the 2017 UK-Wide Survey of Clinical and Health Research Fellowships.
The Medical Schools Council contributed data to the survey and has been involved since its inception.
On the results of the survey, Professor Sir John Savill, Chief Executive of the Medical Research Council, said: “I’m delighted to see that more early career clinicians than ever before are pursuing interest in academic medicine. The report highlights, however, that more needs to be done to support these colleagues, particularly women, as they transition to independence.”
Found out more on the Medical Research Council website.
Read the report: 2017 UK-Wide Survey of Clinical and Health Research Fellowships