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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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Mater Education has teamed up with hospitals and schools across Brisbane to tackle the shortage of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students taking up ...
Mater is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Terry Crawford to Chair of the Mater Group Board, following the retirement of the previous Chair Mr Brian Flannery.
This year Mater Education celebrates 20 years as a registered training organisation.
After six years as Chair of Mater Misericordiae Ltd, businessman and philanthropist Brian Flannery has announced his retirement from the Mater Board.
Congratulations to our winners at the recent Teaching and Learning Awards.
Mater is committed to engaging with our consumers to support the successful integration of health, education and research for a healthy community.
Mater Group is proud to mark a milestone in its history, the launch of a new brand, to reposition Mater as a group incorporating health, education and research for a ...
A Mater researcher has developed a method to predict breast cancer patient responses to a commonly prescribed breast cancer drug.
The team at Clarence Street, Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane, are celebrating National Recycling Week (12 to 18 November) with their pet composting worms!
Mater is proud to officially welcome Professor Patrick Chauvel as Professorial Research Fellow at Mater Research.
Meet Chris McGwinn, a Registered Training Organisation instructor at Mater Education for the vocational education and training in schools program.
A new mobile phone app being trialled at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane aims to reduce the rate of stillbirth in Australia by 30 per cent by focusing on a baby’s kicks.
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