If what we do sounds exciting, get involved and work with us! There are several ways to do so:
- Interested applicants can apply through any one of the several options available as part of the National School of
Healthcare Science (NSHCS) Scientist Training Programme (STP). The NSHCS STP allows trainees to allocate part of the
programme time to working with us, and we’ve summarised the options and the different timeframes below. For the most
up-to-date information, we recommend applicants refer to the NSHCS STP page
and our dedicated STP page.
Your time with GSTT and the CSC team will comprise the entirety of the programme's timeframe.
Typically, applicants will need to be employed by GSTT and your time with the CSC team will be 2 years of the programme's timeframe.
Your time with our team, typically for Medical Physics and Bioinformatics STP applicants, will be 3 months of the programme's timeframe.
Your time with our team will typically begin towards the end of the programme's 3rd year and will be 6 - 8 weeks of the programme's timeframe.
- Our team hosts fellows from the Fellowship in Clinical Artificial Intelligence. Please refer to the
Fellowship page for further information.
For open positions within our team and the wider organisation, please refer to the
NHS jobs site. For internal applicants, please also refer to GSTT’s GTi
page whilst connected to the Trust VPN.
We also welcome interested applicants to work with us on:
- An existing or proposed new project that aims to resolve a clinical need
- An existing or proposed new project requiring or expected to require evaluation
- A new medical device to be built under our Quality Management System (QMS)
- Contributing to an existing CSC project (see our Projects page for more information)
- Contributing to an existing CSC open-source project on GitHub
For new projects within Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (GSTT), please submit the
Project Initiation Document (PID) via email to
We also aim to regularly engage with potential STP applicants and students via:
- The NSHCS Healthcare Science Week
- University talks with students interested in the STP programme and gaining work experience with clinical scientific
computing, medical physics and/or bioinformatics before submitting their applications
- Sixth form college talks with students interested in a career in healthcare sciences
OnBoarding for new starters
Following the link for an overview of your first weeks’ tasks: Onboarding