Timothy R Angeli


Tim Angeli is a Reseach Fellow with the Gastrointestinal (GI) Research Group at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI), New Zealand. His research focuses on measurement and monitoring of GI electrophysiology, with a specific focus on developing new diagnostic devices and interventional therapeutics for functional gastrointestinal disorders.

Tim originally joined the GI Research Group at the ABI in December 2009 as a PhD student. His PhD research focused on investigating the underlying electrophysiological control of the small intestine using innovative methods of high-resolution electrical mapping. He graduated with his PhD in early 2014.

Prior to joining the ABI in New Zealand, Tim attended the University of Michigan, USA, where he graduated as a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (2008) and Master of Science in Engineering (2009), both in Biomedical Engineering. He investigated innovative methods of drug delivery based on the human body's natural immune response for his Master's research, and also worked at a biotechnology company where he was involved in the research and development of a bioartificial kidney.

Research Fields

Biomedical Engineering

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