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We comprise several hospitals, health centres, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute
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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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A birthing program established by Mater and two other health organisations in South East Queensland, has almost halved the risk of preterm birth rates for Aboriginal ...
Mater Research held its annual 3-minute thesis (3MT) competition last week showcasing the work of Higher Degree Research students and honours students at Mater Research.
Professor Maher Gandhi has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Mater Research and Director of MRI-UQ, effective 1 May 2019.
A/Prof Samudragupta (Sam) Bora’s passion for improving health outcomes for children saw him travel to Africa to conclude phase one of his world first research into ...
Mater researcher and Director of the Stillbirth Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) Professor Vicki Flenady has been awarded $1.3 million through the Federal ...
Mater welcomed members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to the South Brisbane campus to explore new partnerships.
Mater Research—University of Queensland (MRI—UQ) Acting Director Professor Maher Gandhi has been awarded $3.6 million to improve treatment for relapsed lymphoma patients.
Join the Miles for Miracles: Japan Trek 2019 and help give the best possible start to life for all babies born and cared for at Mater.
Mater is proud to officially welcome Professor Patrick Chauvel as Professorial Research Fellow at Mater Research.
Mater researcher Professor Geoff Faulkner and his lab have published a paper that explores the development of resistance to chemotherapy in ovarian cancer. Each year ...
Two female researchers in Queensland have been awarded strategic grants as a step forward in closing the research and academic gender gap.
The world’s leading minds on ocular melanoma say more must be done to help the 50 per cent of patients who die from melanoma of the eye in Australia.