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Health Service Research received a boost for further work into understanding perinatal physiotherapy care through a new co-designed program for the new Mater Family Wellbeing Service.

01

Mar

Physiotherapy approach to improve the mental health of mothers

Traditionally blood transfusions would be given to a patient to compensate for this loss. However, there are risks associated

26

Feb

Patient Blood Management Pillars’ Supported by Betty McGrath Grant

Alana Delaforce, Hospital/Service Quality and Safety Manager's work has been recognised as one of five winners for the Betty McGrath Grant,

26

Feb

Patient Blood Management Pillars’ Supported by Betty McGrath Grant

Mater’s newly established Perinatal Mental Health Team celebrated a win this year.

22

Feb

Perinatal Mental Health gets a lift from Best Start Grant success

Late gestation research into adverse pregnancy outcomes gained funding to begin research using machine learning techniques.

12

Feb

Betty McGrath Grant will help develop reliable prediction methods for mothers’ and babies’ health

Perinatal and infant mental health is better for the Best Start Grant.

03

Feb

Grant awarded for further study into Mothers’ Mental Health

It's a wrap for the 2020 inaugural event.

20

Nov

Mater Research Showcase

Mammalian DNA gets a raise from the gene pool this year.

19

Nov

Mater Researchers celebrate ARC Discovery Grants in Developmental Biology

High cholesterol has historically been linked to an increased risk of heart disease. But can high cholesterol be protective against infections?

06

Nov

Mater researcher identifies links in high cholesterol and protective infection outcomes

Breast cancer research raises awareness this month.

23

Oct

Creating new biomarkers in breast cancer research

Mater Research is proud to sponsor the ‘Employer of Choice Small/Medium Business’ category, as part of the 23rd Annual Women in Technology awards.

06

Oct

Supporting the next generation of Women in Technology

A collaboration between the Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland and Mater Research has seen the first ever recording of a human neuron in Australia.

02

Oct

Australian first recording of a human neuron

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