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Congratulations Associate Prof. Kym Rae who has been announced as the recipient of the 2021 Mater Research’s Outstanding Women Grant which aims to showcase the ingenuity that women bring to research.

08

Jun

Associate Professor Kym Rae awarded Outstanding Women’s Grant

World Clinical Trials Day seeks to recognise the doctors, nurses and scientists who conduct clinical trials and thank them for the significant impact they have on improving public health.

20

May

How clinical trials inform new treatment options for patients

Mater Research have proudly supported the Women in Technology Rural, Regional & Remote Award.

20

May

Mater Research supports Women in Technology

Patients with IBD can suffer from uncontrolled inflammation of the gut which can lead to debilitating symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhoea and malnutrition due to poor absorption of nutrients.

19

May

Research improving treatment options for IBD patients

Since 2006, Smiling for Smiddy has raised over $10 million for world-class research projects at Mater Research in areas of melanoma, prostate, breast and ovarian cancers. 

19

May

Mater Smiling for Smiddy Cyclists embark on 660km ride for cancer research through Far North Queensland

Good things certainly come in threes for Mater Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Dr Stacey Bartlett. She is celebrating a trifecta of research success.

14

May

Mater researcher celebrates research trifecta

Dr Schweitzer and his colleague Senior Specialist Respiratory Physician Associate Professor Lucy Burr are collaborating in a study on the effects of Parkinson’s Disease on the brain

12

Apr

World Parkinson’s Day

Dr Frater’s research, “The Other Half”, will focus on potential interventions for fathers (and partners) experiencing mental health difficulties during or after their partner’s pregnancy.

31

Mar

Best Start Grant to target mental health services for new dads

During a world first therapy, Mater Researcher and Haematologist Professor Maher Gandhi 46-year-old patient Scott Griffiths has been successfully cured of a rare type of lymphoma.

23

Mar

Brisbane Researcher uses breakthrough therapy to cure lymphoma patient

Betty McGrath Grant to help improve newborn pain management outcomes

18

Mar

Betty McGrath Grant to help improve newborn pain management outcomes

Advanced Life Support Training for Frontline Healthcare Workers develops from the Betty McGrath Grant

17

Mar

Advanced Life Support Training for Frontline Healthcare Workers develops from the Betty McGrath Grant

Mater researchers receive generous support to improve the health of preterm babies and reduce the rate of stillbirth across the country.

03

Mar

The Lott by Golden Casket donation set to improve health of mothers and babies

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