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Mater Researchers are calling on people with intellectual disabilities and autism as well as their carers to participate in a program aimed at improving the way healthcare services are delivered.

13

Sep

Queenslanders with disabilities to help shape healthcare

Mater Researcher and clinician-scientist, Dr Joshua Tobin has been selected by the American Society of Hematology (ASH) to receive the 2021 ASH Global Research Award.

13

Sep

Mater Researcher awarded grant to help provide targeted immunotherapy in blood cancers

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.

25

Aug

New epilepsy research aims for freedom of speech

The Australian Catholic University (ACU) will be funding TWO PHD Stipend Scholarships in Bioethics to be based at the Queensland Bioethics Centre in Brisbane.

19

Aug

ACU now offering two Bioethics phD Stipend Scholarships

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

Mater Research are proud to have four finalists in the Women In Technology Awards.

16

Aug

Congratulations to Mater Research Women In Technology Awards Finalists!

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

12

Aug

Mater Researcher awarded Liver Foundation Fellowship

New research shows the taste and smell of milk may help brain growth in tube-fed premature babies.

10

Aug

The importance of smell and taste in very premature baby development

A new study by Mater Research shows the number of expectant mothers admitted to hospital for a planned early birth dropped dramatically during the early stages of the first COVID-lockdown in 2020.

30

Jul

COVID lockdowns may benefit expectant mothers

Preparing for an around-Australia road trip was the last thing Kevin Jocumsen thought he’d ever be able to do when he was diagnosed with Stage-4 metastatic prostate cancer at the end of 2018.

29

Jul

Cannabis trial offers hope in National Pain Week

Mater Researcher and Queensland Women in STEM Prize winner, Chloe Yap says solving a diverse society’s problems requires diversity in the people working on the problems.

26

Jul

Mater Researcher wins 2021 Queensland Women in STEM Prize

Mater Research Principal Fellow, Professor Jean-Pierre Levesque, will lead game-changing international research to discover new treatments to stop neurogenic heterotopic ossifications (NHO).

26

Jul

World first research a game changer for spinal cord injuries

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