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 patients being treated for anxiety and...

29

Sep

Post-COVID rise of mental health issues in young people

A/Prof Kym Rae has won the inaugural Women in Technology Award for inspiring diversity in STEM.

19

Sep

Women in Technology Awards recognise inspirational Mater Researcher

A project investigating an ancient retrovirus and another on perinatal mental health have won seed funding at the 2022 Future Leaders Symposium, allowing the researchers to progress their work in...

14

Sep

Early career researchers making their mark for a better future

Queensland woman Kelsie Dummètt is in the fight of her life against melanoma, and Mater Researchers are working to develop an immunotherapy to help patients like her.

13

Sep

Kelsie determined to beat melanoma after 14 operations

The Stillbirth CRE has been given a huge funding boost to deliver culturally and linguistically appropriate programs on stillbirth prevention and care to First Nations, migrant, refugee, and high...

02

Sep

Stillbirth CRE gets funding boost to extend reach and impact

In a boost to the health and wellbeing of women of Greater Springfield, Mater Health Economist and Researcher Dr Elizabeth Martin has been awarded a Mater Research Strategic Grant for Outstanding...

26

Aug

Award shines spotlight on Springfield women’s health

In a Queensland first, Mater Epilepsy Unit and Mater Research are changing the conversation in epilepsy care by appointing a dedicated speech therapist to the unit.

22

Aug

Mater changing conversation in epilepsy care with speech therapy

Young Australians are at risk of unknowingly developing liver disease due to overeating and drinking too much alcohol, warns Mater Research Senior Fellow Dr Katharine Irvine.

28

Jul

‘Silent epidemic’ affecting the health of young Australians

Mater Researcher, Associate Professor Katharina Ronacher is on the hunt for medical answers to treating patients with COVID-19, and a $70,000 funding injection will help her make important headway.

15

Jul

Diabetes Australia grant helps boost COVID-19 research

Our researchers are making big strides in the fight against Type 1 diabetes, identifying a crucial protein that could prevent the autoimmune disease from taking hold.

14

Jul

Discovery boosts hopes of preventing Type I diabetes

The evidence continues to grow about the importance of good gut bacteria for health, with Mater Researchers identifying 5 bacterial strains that suppress gut inflammation and IBD symptoms.

05

Jul

Gut bacteria potential key to IBD and colon cancer prevention

A $100,000 Springfield Health City Research Grant to Mater Foundation has enabled Associate Professor Sumaira Hasnain to launch a study into whether specially designed therapeutic drugs can help...

27

Jun

Mater puts Springfield under the microscope for gut disease

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