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

Don’t blame COVID – your mental health in pregnancy has more to do with quality of life than lockdowns, a new study led by Mater Research and the Qld Family Cohort suggests.

20

Jun

COVID lockdowns not driver of poor mental health

Dr Jodi Saunus has been awarded this year’s Mater Research Strategic Grant for Outstanding Women to progress her impressive translational research to identify novel molecular biomarkers in breast...

17

Jun

Award helps advance research into common women’s cancer

Flipping the way Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research is generated and conducted is the key priority for the head of Mater Researcher’s Indigenous Health Research Group, Associate...

03

Jun

Reconciling how First Nations’ health is researched

Mater Researchers have launched a trial to discover if laser light therapy can relieve some of the debilitating symptoms of IBD in young people.

02

Jun

Mater Research leads world-first laser light therapy trial for bowel disease

A $500,000 donation to Mater Foundation from The Lott by Golden Casket is helping support important research aimed at improving prediction models of babies likely to experience distress during...

25

May

Research funding to help save babies’ lives

This International Clinical Trials Day, Friday 20 May 2022, Mater is shining a light on the more than 200 clinical trials being run through Mater Research and Mater Hospitals that aim to improve...

20

May

Trialling discoveries to deliver better treatments

Mater Research and Mater Hospital Townsville have put skin and melanoma research under the spotlight in North Queensland, joining the World Science Festival in taking science out of the laboratory...

17

May

Melanoma research under the spotlight at World Science Festival

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