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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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Mater Researcher Associate Professor Jake Gratten has been awarded $2.36M in Federal funding to fill gaps in understanding of autism and Parkinson's disease.
New research from the Queensland Family Cohort has found good mates and family support are important in helping cut the risk of postnatal depression and mental health ...
Women recovering from breast cancer should get written prescriptions for exercise as part of their treatment, according to Mater breast care nurse Ash Mondolo.
A network of 10 drones will soon be shuttling pathology samples from the Moreton Bay islands to Mater Pathology testing labs under a new partnership between Mater and ...
Six months after receiving a devastating stage 1 breast cancer diagnosis, Arnika Kefu is winning her fight against the disease – thanks to treatment at Mater and the ...
Genetic testing at Mater Pathology provides women with rapid access to critical and potentially life-saving information about their breast cancer risk.
Mater breast cancer specialists and patients are urging women to book in for breast screening after figures showed an alarming fall in the number of Queensland women ...
The long-lasting impact of school closures and lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to affect Queensland youth, with a 40 per cent increase in ...
For our staff and volunteers, Mater is more than a place of work; it’s a place where we all can make a lasting impression on patients’ lives. Whether that’s providing a patient quality medical advice or offering them reassurance and comfort while they undergo treatment, Mater People are there for our patients and families in a myriad of ways.
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We are our Mission. Mater exists to respond to unmet community need; to provide compassionate care to those who need it most. We see this care—our Mission in action—every day. Sometimes, it’s uplifting. Sometimes, it’s heartbreaking. Sometimes, it’s humbling. It is genuine kindness, offered compassionately without expectation. It is who we are.
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