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Research Biography

Tim commenced his Bachelor of Science degree with Flinders University in 1983 after several years’ experience as an ambulance officer with both the St John Ambulance Brigade (volunteers) and the St John Ambulance Service (now St John NT). He completed his PhD in 1991, was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship with the CSIRO Division of Health Sciences and from 1995 performed research project lead roles with the Child Health Research Institute and the Cooperative Research Centre for Tissue Growth and Repair. Tim received a highly competitive NH&MRC Industry Fellowship in 2002 resulting in him becoming a lead inventor on a number of patent applications and spending a number of years in the biotechnology sector with TGR BioSciences Pty Ltd. In 2010 Tim returned to Flinders University to take up a Senior Lecturer position within the Bachelor of Paramedic Science degree teaching both physiology and pathophysiology topics. He has been Course Coordinator for the degree since 2012 and has made a strong contribution to the ongoing development and success of the degree which is well liked by students and is well regarded by the paramedic industry for producing high calibre graduates. In his role as Course Coordinator, Tim aims to provide an environment where students can strive for and successfully achieve their academic and life goals.


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Research Areas

  • Medical biosciences

Supervisory Interests

  • Human physiology
  • Emergency medicine
  • Applied sciences, paramedical professions
  • Paramedic practice
  • Applied physiology


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