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.

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Aug

New epilepsy research aims for freedom of speech

National Science Week runs from the 14 – 22 August in Australia and is an annual celebration of science, research, medicine and technology in this country.

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Aug

Dr Mimi Yue – Haematology Research

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 vaccine trial being run at Mater...

20

Aug

Volunteers needed for new COVID-19 vaccine trial

Mater Research has shed new light on the role of the specialised immune cells osteal macrophages (osteomacs) in the often-debilitating bone degenerative disease osteoporosis.

18

Aug

Mater Researcher makes Osteoporosis breakthrough

National Science Week runs from the 14 – 22 August in Australia and is an annual celebration of science and technology in this country.

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Aug

Dr Martina Proctor – Skin Cancer Research

Congratulations to Mater Researcher Kristen Radford who has been promoted to Professor.

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Aug

Mater Researcher Kristen Radford promoted to Professor

We continue National Science Week by celebrating more extraordinary women who are pushing the boundaries in science, research and medicine.

17

Aug

Congratulations to the Women in Technology Award Finalists

National Science Week runs from the 14 – 22 August in Australia and is an annual celebration of science and technology in this country.

16

Aug

Camille Guillerey – Haematology Research

Dr Sahar Keshvari has been awarded the 2021Liver Foundation Professor Pauline Hall Fellowship to fund her potentially life-saving research into liver transplantation.

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Aug

Mater Researcher awarded Liver Foundation Fellowship

New Mater Research shows giving very premature babies the chance to taste and smell their milk during tube feeding, may help their brain growth.

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Aug

The importance of smell and taste in very premature baby development