The AAMRI Research Impact Working Group, which includes Mater Research, recently secured funding from the Ian Potter Foundation to develop a framework for identifying and measuring research impact.

21

Jun

Mater Research secures Ian Potter Foundation grant as part of AAMRI Research Impact Working Group

Postgraduate research students at Mater recently presented their research projects at the Mater Research Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

21

Jun

Mater Research Postgraduate students excel at Three Minute Thesis competition

From July 2018 the new Ethics Review Manager (ERM) system will replace Online Forms for applications to the Mater HREC and SSA submissions to Mater Research Governance.

07

Jun

Ethics Review Manager System roll out - Important information for researchers

The Equity Trustees’ Cancer Research Travel Grants have been awarded to Mater Research PhD student Johanna Erbani and Research Officer Dr Kavita Bisht.

31

May

Equity Trustees’ Cancer Research Travel Grants announced

In March 2018, Dr Erin Wilson won the “Outstanding new presenter” award at the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society XXVIII Annual Scientific Meeting.

28

May

Dr Erin Wilson PhD student at Mater Research wins “Outstanding new presenter” award

Congratulations to Helen Liley for her promotion to Professor by The University of Queensland.

21

May

Congratulations to Helen Liley for promotion to Professor

Mater Research is undertaking the largest study of induction of labour ever undertaken, here at the Mater Mothers’ Hospitals.

18

May

Induction of labour - PINC BALLOON Study at Mater Mothers

A team of researchers led by Professor Gregory Monteith from Mater Research and UQ School of Pharmacy have developed a new way to visualise breast cancer cells as they die.

03

May

New instrumentation allows Mater Researchers to visualise breast cancer cells as they die

Mater researcher and Betty McGrath Fellow Dr Tatjana Ewais has received funding to progress a unique research project into mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. 

17

Apr

BICARE grant supports mind and body of young Mater patients

Every year at least 18,000 Australians are diagnosed with sepsis, with around 5000 losing their lives.  

26

Mar

Mater Researcher involved in launch of National sepsis action plan

A landmark Queensland-led study into the emergency care and management of infants with bronchiolitis is set to change the way the disease is treated in hospitals internationally.

23

Mar

Queensland study to revolutionise treatment of children with bronchiolitis

Dr Cameron Turtle, a leading hematology oncologist and bone marrow transplant specialist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center returned to Mater Research to share his latest research.

20

Mar

From Brisbane to Washington: former Mater researcher returns to share advances in cancer research

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