The University and CRUK CI value diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity. There are a limited number of CRUK funded postdoctoral fellowships within the Institute. In addition, we welcome and support applications from excellent candidates who have their own fellowships. Please contact the group leader in your area of interest in the first instance. Other positions in our scientific core facilities, administration, laboratory management and other support services are advertised as and when positions open.
All positions are advertised on the University of Cambridge jobs website.
CI Scientists’ Society
The Cambridge Institute Scientists Society (CIS Soc) was formed in 2014 to establish an identity for, and give a voice to, all Institute scientists, to foster more efficient and productive interactions within the Institute and between CRUK CI and the University of Cambridge and Cambridge Biomedical Campuses. CIS Soc organises chalk talks to help prepare scientists for grant/job interviews, offers scientists opportunities to chair Seminars, organises an Institute mentor scheme, and hosted a number of social events during the year.
|The Athena SWAN awards recognise and celebrate good practice in recruiting, retaining and promoting women in SET within Higher Education. Athena SWAN awards are available at University and Departmental levels. The School of Clinical Medicine is proud to say that it holds a silver award.