KKLF Fellowship Programme, UK

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KKLF Fellowship Programme, UK

This fellowship includes junior research fellowship programmer of 3 years duration

Study Subject : Science

Employer : The KKLF Fund

Level : Junior Researcher

KKLF Fellowship Description :

The objective of the Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund Junior Research Fellowship programme is to support outstanding individuals wanting to pursue research into haematological malignancies.

The KKLF fellowships are expected to cover a period of 3 years and are to be undertaken on a full-time basis in a recognized university, hospital, or other equivalent institution.

The incumbents will be designated Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund Junior Research Fellows. There will be up to 3 such Junior Fellowships awarded annually, generally at least one from each of the following categories :

  • Scientific fellow
  • Clinical research fellow

Postdoctoral scientists with 0-3 years’ experience and intending to work either at a recognised UK research institution or seeking a travel fellowship for relevant work abroad may apply for a scientific fellowship.

Clinicians seeking funding for a PhD in the field of leukaemia research, usually at a UK centre, may apply for a clinical research fellowship. Level of remuneration, laboratory expenses, travel expenses

The incumbent will be remunerated at a level determined by the host institution, who will be the employer and thus responsible for paying the salary on a monthly basis.

The salary level, however, cannot exceed the top of the lecturer grade. The KKLF will reimburse London Weighting and the employer’s contributions to National Insurance and relevant pension funds.

The applicant will pay income tax in accordance with UK regulations. A statement of estimated salary costs for the 3 year period (including increments but excluding inflation) must accompany the application.

Nationally approved pay awards will be honoured following notification of the appropriate increases. Applications for Travel Fellowships can include a family allowance cost element if appropriate.

KKLF will allocate up to £15,000 p.a. to contribute to the cost of laboratory consumables and a further amount up to £1,000 p.a. to cover travel costs to meetings.

Fellowship Application Deadline : 22nd October 2010.

For further fellowship information and application visit : http://www.kklf.org.uk/junior.html

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Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.