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Rosie Stoke has won The University of Queensland’s 2021 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition and will go on to the Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition next month.
In the last decade an increasing number of Australian patients have been diagnosed with autoimmune associated epilepsy.
It is estimated over 110 000 people are living with blood cancer or a related blood disorder in Australia today and sadly 15 people lose their life to blood cancer ...
Mater Researchers are calling on people with intellectual disabilities and autism as well as their carers to participate in a program aimed at improving the way ...
Mater Researcher and clinician-scientist, Dr Joshua Tobin has been selected by the American Society of Hematology (ASH) to receive the 2021 ASH Global Research Award.
New research aims to shed light on reducing the loss of speech and language in epilepsy patients who require brain surgery to manage the condition.
Mater Research is calling for 50 adults in south-east Queensland to join the global clinical trial of a potential new protein-based COVID-19 vaccine, the latest ...
Mater Research has shed new light on the role of the specialised immune cells osteal macrophages (osteomacs) in the often-debilitating bone degenerative disease ...
National Science Week runs from the 14 – 22 August in Australia and is an annual celebration of science and technology in this country.
Congratulations to Mater Researcher Kristen Radford who has been promoted to Professor.
We continue National Science Week by celebrating more extraordinary women who are pushing the boundaries in science, research and medicine.