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Brisbane’s very own flying neurosurgeon Dr Martin Wood has been taking Mater healthcare services to new heights across Queensland amidst the global pandemic.
In a Queensland first, Mater Epilepsy Unit and Mater Research are changing the conversation in epilepsy care by appointing a dedicated speech therapist to the unit.
The first deep brain stimulation surgery in regional Australia has been successfully performed at Mater Private Hospital Townsville.
A 24-year old Queensland man is now free of epileptic seizures after undergoing the state’s first brain surgery on a fully awake epilepsy patient.
In the last decade an increasing number of Australian patients have been diagnosed with autoimmune associated epilepsy.
New research aims to shed light on reducing the loss of speech and language in epilepsy patients who require brain surgery to manage the condition.
Research has demonstrated a long standing relationship between chronic medical conditions and anxiety or other related mental health disorders which can worsen the ...
A new program created by Mater Neurosciences Centre is designed to help stroke patients speed up their recovery by keeping them active and engaged in their ...
Mater Neurosciences Centre Brisbane’s team has performed 50 Stereotactic EEGs (SEEG) for epilepsy patients, a significant milestone to add to their impressive list of ...
Mater researcher Professor Vicki Clifton and Mater Centre for Neuroscience’s Dr Lisa Gillinder have been recognised for their achievements at the 22nd annual Women in ...
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane has installed Brisbane’s first 3D surgeon-controlled robotic surgical microscope in its theatres.
Cognitive Neurologist Professor Peter Nestor has been appointed to the position of Clinical Program Leader of the Neurosciences and Cognitive Health Program at Mater.
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