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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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Loretta Weatherall is a proud Gamilaraay woman, who has spent over 10 years delivering and promoting education and health programs in First Peoples communities.
A breast cancer survivor and passionate volunteer is using music to relax and inspire cancer patients undergoing treatment at the Mater Cancer Care Centre.
North Queensland retiree Stanley Cronin has spent a lot of time as a patient at Mater Private Hospital Townsville – and now he’s giving back to those who saved his life.
Mater researchers in Brisbane are leading a trial of a game-changing flu vaccine that has the potential to provide greater and more durable protection against the virus.
A 19-year-old Redland volunteer who was left devastated after hearing of her mum’s breast cancer diagnosis is giving back to the very hospital helping to save her life.
Stephanie Guilas has worked in many departments throughout Mater Hospital Brisbane, however, after 28 years of service, she found her true passion working within ...
Families who have experienced the loss of an unborn baby or fertility problems are being given new hope of becoming parents thanks to cutting-edge research funded by ...
Working as a research assistant in an immunology research lab, Yvonne Gautam learnt what a clinical trial was after being asked to set up a lab for a Phase Two ...
Mater Private Hospital Springfield volunteer Pamela has been putting her ‘healing hands’ to good use – helping to relax and bringing smiles to the faces of many ...
Mater Hospital Brisbane volunteer Declan knows how to make a big impression.
In late-October 2022, 66-year-old retiree Susan was diagnosed with Stage 3 serous ovarian cancer. Susan said that once she was diagnosed, everything moved very quickly.
Mater Clinical Trial Coordinator Georgie Huggett spent more than 10 years working in palliative care oncology before accepting what was supposed to be a temporary ...
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