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National Science Week runs from the 14 – 22 August in Australia and is an annual celebration of science and technology in this country.
Congratulations to Mater Researcher Kristen Radford who has been promoted to Professor.
We continue National Science Week by celebrating more extraordinary women who are pushing the boundaries in science, research and medicine.
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.
A new study by Mater Research has shown pre-diabetes increases the severity of
Mater Mothers’ Hospital is calling for pregnant women to participate in an Australian-first trial using Sildenafil - commonly known as Viagra® - to reduce the risk of ...
Congratulations to Associate Professor Kym Rae who has been announced as the recipient of the 2021 Mater Research’s Strategic Grant for Outstanding Women which aims ...
World Clinical Trials Day seeks to recognise the doctors, nurses and scientists who conduct clinical trials and thank them for the significant impact they have on ...
Patients impacted by Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, can suffer from uncontrolled inflammation of the gut which ...
Good things certainly come in threes for Mater Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Dr Stacey Bartlett. She is celebrating a trifecta of research success.
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