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Mater researcher Dr Vicki Clifton and Mater Centre for Neuroscience’s Dr Lisa Gillinder have been recognised for their achievements at the 22nd annual Women in Technology (WiT) Awards.

02

Sep

Mater researchers recognised at Women in Technology awards

Mater’s Fertility Services program is helping couples restore their reproductive health, and the results from research are looking positive.

27

Jun

Mater's Fertility Service achieves pregnancies through natural approach

Mater Research and Mater Mothers' Hospitals representatives participated in the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand Annual Congress, aiming to improve maternal and newborn health outcomes.

03

Apr

Improving maternal and newborn health outcomes

The International Diabetes Federation 2019 Congress has selected Mater’s Professor David McIntyre to provide the prestigious ‘Stream Award Lecture’ at this year’s meeting.

04

Mar

Professor David McIntyre selected to present prestigious lecture

Simulation is a valuable tool used to educate and train health professionals.

29

Jan

Simulator realism establishes scenario that learners embrace

Professor Vicki Flenady and her team at the Stillbirth Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) were awarded the UQ Faculty of Medicine Collaborators of the Year Award.

24

Jan

Mater researchers recognised for their extensive collaborations

A devotion to closing the gap in maternity care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women has seen Professor Sue Kildea awarded the Health Services Research Award.

09

Nov

Closing the gap in maternity health services

Dr Shelley Wilkinson is a Senior Research Dietitian at the Mater Mothers' Hospital who is undertaking research to help women have healthier pregnancies.

16

Aug

Pregnancy, nutrition and best practice

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

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

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

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