Nicholas Penney is a clinical research fellow in the Department of Surgery and Cancer. He was awarded the Sutherland-Earl Clinical Research Fellowship 2015 by the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation to fund his work into the mechanisms and prognostication of type 2 diabetes resolution following bariatric surgery.
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