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Ovarian cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy or surgical treatments often experience early menopause, with all the associated negative side effects, but research ...
The Mater Research Publication Recognition Scheme winners have been announced.
Mater Research will begin trialling a new targeted immunotherapy in 2022 to treat a rare but devastating blood cancer thanks to a $2.8 million Medical Research Future ...
New PhD graduate Lena Batoon has a single focus – looking for a cure for bone cancer.
Mater’s world-renowned research institute was founded by four talented, pioneering women.
The end of the year provides a valuable time for us to reflect on what we have achieved and how, as individuals and as an organisation.
PhD students from Mater Research have helped fan an interest in medical research among a group of high school students attending the TRI SPARQ-ed program.
Meet our 2021 Early Career Researcher Seeding Grant awardees
Mater Researchers have made a breakthrough discovery exposing major limitations in the process where macrophages are extracted for analysis by single cell suspensions.
The 2021 Mater Foundation Betty McGrath Seeding Grants will help fund seven important research projects led by Mater People.
A new Australian collaborative Autism CRC study, led by Mater Research and The University of Queensland, has challenged the growing popular belief that the gut ...
Looking to the future, learning about the pioneering Sisters of Mercy who were the first ‘Mater Researchers’ in Queensland and hearing from today’s research leaders ...