Developing future UK clinical research leaders in addiction
Are you a clinician? Are you looking to undertake a PhD to build your academic career?
The MRC Addiction Research Clinical (MARC) Training scheme has PhD positions available. Please contact us now if you are interested and want to know more – even if you would not want to start until next year or later. We will work with you to develop your project.
The MRC Addiction Research Clinical (MARC) Training programme is led by Prof Anne Lingford-Hughes at Imperial College London, with Prof Colin Drummond at King’s College London and Prof Matt Hickman at University of Bristol. The vision of the MARC programme is to develop the future UK clinical research leaders in addiction to build and sustain capacity in this vital area of clinical neuroscience and address the gap in clinical research capacity in the addictions field in the UK. MARC can support clinicians (eg psychiatrists, psychologists etc) to undertake a PhD to train in a range of research approaches and techniques to effectively translate basic and epidemiological evidence into the clinical environment using early (T1, T2) experimental medicine studies in patients for the benefit of clinical populations and their treatment.
For more information contact the MARC Team firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the MARC leads directly Anne Lingford-Hughes (Imperial College London), Colin Drummond (King's College London) or Matthew Hickman (University of Bristol).