Success Stories

Gastro-intestinal research from an early career scientist

  • 25 Jul 2017

Dr Tim Angeli is a Research Fellow in the Auckland Bioengingeering Institute at the University of Auckland. His research to improve our understanding of and develop treatments for gastro-intestinal disorders is an AMRF Success Story.

The AMRF is pleased to support Dr Angeli’s research with an Edith C Coan Research Fellowship and an Emerging Researcher Start-up Award from the Kelliher Charitable Trust.

This funding will greatly progress my research career, but most importantly, it has the potential to deliver new diagnostic technology to patients suffering from severe, debilitating GI disorders.

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