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Endoscopy Fellowships

As we continue to restart our service provision after the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the issues for the gastroenterology specialty will be the repercussions for endoscopy training, following the introduction of training programmes.

To support our trainees, BSG is developing a central database of all advanced endoscopy fellowships in the UK & Ireland to be hosted on the BSG website. This will enable the trainee to access information on a single portal, and plan their future careers in endoscopy.

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Advanced IBD post CCT Clinical and research Fellowship

Nottingham University Hospitals-Western University (Canada)-Advanced IBD post CCT Clinical and research Fellowship

Applications are invited for the post of IBD Fellow at Nottingham University Hospitals’ NHS Trust and Western University Canada for 24 months. This post offers the exciting opportunity to join 2 cohesive and progressive gastroenterology departments with strong clinical and academic national profile in two diverse and multicultural countries, UK and Canada. This is a unique opportunity to work in two of the most advanced healthcare systems world-wide. We are looking for a dynamic individual with an interest in Inflammatory Bowel Disease who has completed their basic Gastroenterology training.

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Academic Clinical Lecturer

The University of Birmingham will be advertising an Academic Clinical Lecturer post in gastroenterology/hepatology in Jan 2021. This post provides an outstanding opportunity to join the Centre for Liver and Gastrointestinal Research (CLGR) with the potential for academic training in basic science, translational, clinical, or health services research, in parallel with clinical training and experience in teaching. The applicant should have completed a higher research degree. For further details and to discuss the post, contact Dr Shishir Shetty (s.shetty@bham.ac.uk) Reader and CRUK Advanced Clinician Scientist, or Professor Phil Newsome, Director of the CLGR (p.n.newsome@bham.ac.uk).