TRACC Programme for Clinicians

Research training designed for clinicians

The TRACC (to Train and Retain Academic Cancer Clinicians) Programme aims to build a cadre of cancer-orientated clinician scientists, trained for basic, translational and clinical research excellence.

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The TRACC Programme - the Cancer Research UK Glasgow and Edinburgh Centres' joint clinical academic training programme in cancer - has been initiated in 2019 following a successful bid to Cancer Research UK. From 2020 it provides 4 MB-PhD positions and 3 clinical research training fellowships (CRTFs) annually, with an expectation that half of the positions will be based in Glasgow and half in Edinburgh (with very close cross-city collaboration).

The Programme is led by experienced academic clinicians [Clinical Leads: Professors Moira Whyte (Ed), Iain McInnes (Gla); Training Leads: Professors Richard Wilson (Gla), Charlie Gourley (Ed); MB-PhD Leads: Professors Robert Semple (Ed), Christian Delles (Gla); Deans of Medical Schools: Professors Matthew Walters (Gla), David Kluth (Ed); Deans of Postgraduate Medicine (NHS): Professors Adam Hill (Ed), Alastair McLellan (Gla)] with strong support from basic scientists [Academic Leads: Professors Owen Sansom (Gla), Margaret Frame (Ed); Research Strategy Lead: Professor Gareth Inman (Gla)] and a dedicated TRACC Programme Operations Team.

The Programme aims to attract the best undergraduate and postgraduate medical trainees and enable them to contribute to top class basic, translational and clinical research. Its overarching ambition is to train the next generation of leading clinical academics in cancer for Scotland and beyond.

TRACC Programme MB-PhD
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PhD opportunities for MB-ChB students
TRACC Programme CRTF-PhD
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Clinical Research Training Fellowships with PhD
Research Training Environment
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Leading Scottish medical schools and research institutes
Notable Outcomes & Events
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Scientific events, social meetups, publications and more
TRACC Programme Management Board
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Bringing Glasgow and Edinburgh closer together
Fellows & Alumni
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Academic clinicians with unique skill sets
Projects & Supervisors
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Great mentoring and excellent research opportunities 
Other useful information
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Research

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Read more about the Research Groups working at the Beatson Institute.

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Seminars

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Find out more about our seminars including our Distinguished Seminar Programme.

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