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We are part of a collaborative research institute with The University of Queensland and founding partner of the Translational Research Institute
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Today is World Delirium Awareness Day and the Medical/Chronic stream are working hard to inspire positive action and awareness.
Mater researcher and Director of the Stillbirth Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) Professor Vicki Flenady has been awarded $1.3 million through the Federal ...
The Chair of Mater Group, Mr Terry Crawford is delighted to announce Jane Yacopetti's appointment to the Mater Group Board.
Mater welcomed members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to the South Brisbane campus to explore new partnerships.
Two female researchers in Queensland have been awarded strategic grants as a step forward in closing the research and academic gender gap.
Lent commences on Ash Wednesday (6 March 2019) and covers a period of approximately six weeks, ending on Holy Thursday night (18 April 2019).
A record number of 13 500 people who turned out at the RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run on Sunday 3 March have helped Mater Chicks in Pink in their goal to ...
The International Diabetes Federation 2019 Congress has selected Mater’s Professor David McIntyre to provide the prestigious ‘Stream Award Lecture’ at this year’s ...
Sunday 3 March marked the 28th RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run. Joining the 13 000 strong sea of pink who hit the streets of Brisbane was Mater Education’s ...
The Chair of Mater Group, Mr Terry Crawford is delighted to announce Susan Rix’s appointment to the position of Deputy Chair.
Today marks 200 years since the birth of Mother Vincent Whitty–the Leader of the Sisters of Mercy who arrived in Brisbane in 1861 to establish the Brisbane Congregation.
Digital Technology and Information Division’s team, ‘Mater4Mater’, has been making their presence known throughout the Mater Hill campus.
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