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Five Mater Researchers have secured more than $12.5 million dollars in in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding for their ...
Loyola House, located on Mater Hill, South Brisbane, was constructed in 1924, but has been situated on its current site since 1926.
In the lead up to Mercy Day, we honour the heritage of the Sisters of Mercy and celebrate our ongoing commitment to the the Mater Mission and Values.
Mater Researchers are calling on people with intellectual disabilities and autism as well as their carers to participate in a program aimed at improving the way ...
Mater Researcher and clinician-scientist, Dr Joshua Tobin has been selected by the American Society of Hematology (ASH) to receive the 2021 ASH Global Research Award.
The first 19 students from Mater Education’s new Townsville Diploma of Nursing course will graduate today – helping to ease North Queensland’s shortage of enrolled ...
Mater Research has shed new light on the role of the specialised immune cells osteal macrophages (osteomacs) in the often-debilitating bone degenerative disease ...
Congratulations to Mater Researcher Kristen Radford who has been promoted to Professor.
Tanaya Claver-Malaschevsky was a teenager when she lost a special member of her family in tragic circumstances. Her cousin Aaron was living on the streets and ...
Mater Research is now taking applications for the Betty McGrath Seeding Grants in conjunction with Mater Health, Mater Education and supported by the Mater Foundation.
Dr Sahar Keshvari has been awarded the 2021Liver Foundation Professor Pauline Hall Fellowship to fund her potentially life-saving research into liver transplantation.
New Mater Research shows giving very premature babies the chance to taste and smell their milk during tube feeding, may help their brain growth.
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