Dr. Ashleigh Hamilton
Academic Clinical Lecturer in the Centre for Public Health, QUB
Dr Ashleigh Hamilton is an Academic Clinical Lecturer in the Centre for Public Health at Queen’s University Belfast. She graduated from Medicine with Honours at Queen’s University Belfast in 2010, and worked as a junior doctor in hospitals across Northern Ireland and New Zealand, before taking up a training post in Medical Oncology at the Northern Ireland Cancer Centre in Belfast in 2016. After completing a PhD in Cancer Epidemiology from 2019 to 2022 at Queen’s University, she has recently taken up her current post with a view to developing a career as a Clinical Academic. She splits her time between the Northern Ireland Cancer Centre where she works as an Oncologist, and Queen’s University, where her research focuses on early onset cancers.
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Deadline: Midnight, Friday, 20th January 2023
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