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Sarcoma, Melanoma and Rare Tumours Fellowship with Service Development

Develop and transition into a practice focused on soft tissue sarcoma and melanoma, while managing the day-to-day activity of the unit and its diagnostic service

About this fellowship

Supervisors: Mr Andrew Hayes, Mr Dirk Strauss (Associate Clinical Tutor) and Mr Myles Smith (Education Lead for Surgery/Surgical Tutor)

Length: 6-12 months

Eligibility: This post is intended for surgical trainees who wish to dedicate further time to training in specialist surgical oncology. This post is likely to be most suitable for those at the latter stages or who have completed their Specialist Training Programme. 

Time commitment: The applicant will be in day-to-day administrative and clinical charge of the unit, and will also be expected to have a lead role in the organisation and running of the diagnostic service. For more detail, see the job description.

Opportunities: Specific opportunities include, but are not limited to, those described in the job description.

For more details, please contact the Fellowships team on SMARTfellowships@rmh.nhs.uk.