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A birthing program established by Mater and two other health organisations in South East Queensland, has almost halved the risk of preterm birth rates for Aboriginal ...
Couples attending Mater Fertility services achieve pregnancies through natural approach.
Mater Research held its annual 3-minute thesis (3MT) competition last week showcasing the work of Higher Degree Research students and honours students at Mater Research.
More than 400 people from the Dalby community attended Cocktails for a Cure Winter Gala at historical Jimbour House to raise vital funds for ovarian cancer research.
Mater Research CEO Professor Maher Gandhi has secured additional funding from the Leukaemia Foundation to investigate a new therapeutic approach for follicular ...
Professor Helen Liley’s addressed the prestigious Boston Children’s Hospital at their 150th Anniversary event this month.
Professor Maher Gandhi has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Mater Research and Director of MRI-UQ, effective 1 May 2019.
A/Prof Samudragupta (Sam) Bora’s passion for improving health outcomes for children saw him travel to Africa to conclude phase one of his world first research into ...
Internationally acknowledged researcher in cancer care Professor Sandie McCarthy has been jointly appointed as Professor of Clinical Nursing Research for The ...
Mater researcher and Director of the Stillbirth Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) Professor Vicki Flenady has been awarded $1.3 million through the Federal ...
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.
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