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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

Postgraduate research students at Mater recently presented their research projects at the Mater Research Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

21

Jun

Mater Research Postgraduate students excel at Three Minute Thesis competition

A landmark Queensland-led study into the emergency care and management of infants with bronchiolitis is set to change the way the disease is treated in hospitals internationally.

23

Mar

Queensland study to revolutionise treatment of children with bronchiolitis

Two female researchers in Queensland have been awarded strategic grants as a step forward in closing the research and academic gender gap.

08

Mar

180K to support women changing our world

The world’s leading minds on ocular melanoma say more must be done to help the 50 per cent of patients who die from melanoma of the eye in Australia.

07

Mar

Australian killer receives international focus

RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, is a virus that infects the lungs and breathing passages and can hospitalise young and premature babies through complications like pneumonia.

26

Feb

RSV immunisation in pregnancy

Mater Researches are investigating the diagnosis process for sepsis in children, a major disease that can lead to severe illness and remains one of the leading causes of mortality in children...

20

Feb

Improving sepsis diagnosis in children

Congratulations to Dr Gregor Kijanka and Dr Magid Fahim who are the recipients of this year’s TRI Development Awards.

02

Feb

Winners announced for TRI development awards

Mater Research Group Leader and Mater Foundation Senior Research Fellow Dr Samudragupta Bora's research student, Theresa Chin, has graduated from UQ's Honours program with...

22

Dec

Mater Student’s Superb Success

Forty two babies are stillborn in Australia every week, and 60 per cent of them are recorded as “unexplained”.

04

Dec

Stillbirth is not just stillbirth: more information is needed

As part of World Diabetes Day, an Australian Diabetes Society’s (ADS) research grant recipient discusses her work in diabetes and pregnancy.

14

Nov

World Diabetes Day - Research uncovering link between gut health and pregnancy outcomes

Mater Research is to continuing to build the capacity and productivity of the institute through a number of new appointments.

08

May

New appointments within Mater Research

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