Mater Research is planning the largest group cohort study in the state since the 1980s, aiming to follow 10 000 Queensland families over three decades.

09

Aug

Mater Research planning for largest cohort study in Queensland

Dying to Know Day, held on 8 August, aims to encourage all Australians to talk about death by promoting conversations and community actions around death, dying and bereavement.

08

Aug

Dying to Know Day 2018

Mater's Neurosciences Unit are investigating novel diagnostic markers for autoimmune encephalitis

07

Aug

NMDAR antibody encephalitis and novel diagnostic markers

Mater Researchers Dr Jyai Allen and Professor Sue Kildea recently secured funding for a Thompson Method breastfeeding study aimed at increasing breastfeeding rates for new mothers

02

Aug

Mater Research receives funding boost for Thompson Method breastfeeding study

Mater has demonstrated that a room service model better meets patient nutritional needs

27

Jul

The difference between feeding and eating

Mater researcher Dr Ran Wang has received a prestigious travel award to attend the 15th International Conference on Innate Immunity

27

Jul

Mater early career researcher secures prestigious travel award

Prof Peter Nestor was recently appointed Conjoint Professor of Neuroscience between The University of Queensland and Mater and has started his appointment by establishing a memory clinic at Mater.

11

Jul

Conjoint Professor of Neuroscience establishes memory clinic at Mater

A group of Mater researchers have discovered a key part to the bone marrow regeneration process which has the potential to improve outcomes for patients who require bone marrow transplants.

09

Jul

New Mater research could improve bone marrow transplants

Mater Research in collaboration with Mater Health, Mater Pathology, the Feel Teal initiative and MOCRC are making strides towards a better understanding of ovarian cancer.

09

Jul

MOCRC and Feel Teal are helping to better understand ovarian cancer

Mater Research’s Professor Josephine Forbes has recently published a review in Nature Reviews Nephrology investigating mitochondrial dysfunction in diabetic kidney disease.

04

Jul

Investigating diabetic kidney disease

Professor Geoff Faulkner and his lab recently published a paper in Genome Research that furthers the understanding of the role of jumping genes in liver cancer.

04

Jul

Mater researchers further understanding of jumping genes in liver cancer

Results from the Ridstress trial show there is close to a 50 per cent reduction in women requiring an emergency caesarean or a forceps delivery for fetal distress when they take Sildenafil in labour.

04

Jul

Australian first trial using Viagra® in pregnancy supported by Golden Casket donation

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