Information about career structure for academic urologists
The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) website provides online information about the NIHR Integrated Academic Training Programme for Doctors and Dentists.
This site also gives details of how academic staff can apply for personal and institutional awards, as well as giving detailed information about the Integrated Academic Programme.
If you require further information about this programme, please contact the NIHR by e-mail
The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) has produced a document to help potential academic urologists, the Surgeon's Guide to Research Funding.
This is aimed at surgeons of all career stages, and includes opportunities for both basic and clinical research. It has a cancer focus, although many of the opportunities are not exclusive to cancer.
The Urology Foundation (TUF) awards grant funding for clinicians and researchers to visit and observe colleagues at international centres of excellence with the aim of bringing pioneering techniques, technology and patient care to the UK.
The current call is open, and awards may be up to the value of £1750. If you require further information about the opportunites and how to apply, please click here .