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After feeling a large lump in her breast, Hannah Caldow, 31, looked down and prayed it was nothing sinister.
Tiffany Clayton has been named Catholic Health Australia’s Emerging Leader of the Year, after being nominated for her significant contributions to Mater at Home’s ...
Recognising the potential of precision medicine – developing treatments that were more efficacious and less toxic – led Mater Research Executive Director Professor ...
Mater Research is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Cameron Turtle as a member of the Research Advisory Board (RAB).
Mater is at the forefront of a new national centre that aims to transform health care for Australians with intellectual disabilities.
Being a mother to six boys, with one of her children born prematurely at 29 weeks, prompted Noongar woman Valerie Ah Chee to become a midwife at the age of 45.
Sister Carolina Maria Correla, a missionary from a small town in Timor-Leste, recently visited Mater and is taking home some important learnings around teamwork.
School bullies have driven a 50% surge in the number of desperate young people seeking help from a specialist mental health unit in the past year.
Researchers at Mater Hospital Brisbane are encouraging women with gynaecological cancers to donate to the state’s only live tissue biobank in a bid to improve patient ...
Mater Researchers have discovered that an immune factor released by white blood cells during infection or inflammation works to suppress the body’s immune response ...
Proud Brisbane mum of six and Mater Researcher Valerie Ah Chee has embarked on a 20-hour long drive to Melbourne to cheer on her very own Brisbane Lions cub Callum Ah ...
A Queensland-first study by Mater researchers is aiming to change the lives of Australians crippled by an incurable form of dementia.
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