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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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In an historic move, the new Mater Private Hospital Townsville brand was launched at a business breakfast in Townsville today.
The 24 September 2019 marks the 110th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of Mater Public Hospital.
Mater researcher Professor Vicki Clifton has been awarded the Life Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award at the 2019 Women in Technology (WiT) Awards.
Mater Education is excited to announce the expansion of our vocational offerings, opening a new Mater Education campus in Townsville.
As part of this year’s Include a Charity Week calendar, Mater Foundation held a morning tea at the Easts Leagues Club in Coorparoo, to thank supporters who have left ...
The One Mater project, unifying Mater’s health services in South East Queensland, North Queensland and Central Queensland under a single board of governance, has ...
From its humble beginnings in 1919, Mater Pathology was Queensland’s first hospital laboratory and established by Sister Mary Chanel, the Matron of the public hospital.
Mater Research Professor Josephine Forbes has been awarded a research grant from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) in partnership with Yale University ...
Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane now provides extra special options for mums birthing at Mater including a luxury stay at Emporium Hotel South Bank.
Mater Education delivers entry-level healthcare qualifications to students at Fairholme College Toowoomba, thanks to the school's newly built Health Hub.
Mater Professor David McIntyre has been awarded a significant honour and chosen to present a prestigious lecture in Austria, later this year.
At just 24 weeks’ pregnant Adele Cameron delivered her twin boys Harry and Patrick at Mater Mothers’ Hospital on 15 December 1992.
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