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Around 1.7 million Australians have diabetes. And between 30 per cent and 40 per cent of people with diabetes will develop kidney disease. This can significantly shorten their life.

18

Sep

Earlier focus on diabetes may yields results

The Australian Institute of Policy & Science (AIPS) yesterday announced this year’s Tall Poppy Science Award winners in an intimate celebration.

28

Aug

Tall Poppy award reaches new heights

Despite a global health pandemic catching everyone off guard, this year has still delivered moments of joy for new parents.

03

Aug

Meeting milestones in the face of challenges

Pregnant women and their unborn babies can look forward to a brighter future.

29

Jul

Grant success aims to lower the risk of fetal distress in labour

Mater researchers, in partnership with The University of Queensland, have achieved publication in the highly-ranked journal ‘Clinical and Translational Immunology’.

07

Jul

Mater Researchers make early breakthrough with cancer vaccines

National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate and give thanks to those who help to support various initiatives by donating their valuable time and skills.

22

May

When opportunity wheels by

In the recent NHMRC Ideas and Investigator Grant rounds, Mater Research was successful in obtaining funding for five research grants totaling $6.6 million.

18

Dec

Mater Receives $6.6 million in new funding

The Annual Mater Research Awards and Young Investigator Symposium has been held in Brisbane this week recognising the significant contribution of seasoned and emerging Mater researcher talent.

21

Nov

Mater Research Awards and Young Investigator Symposium

A vaccine for childhood respiratory viral infections is a step closer after an Mater Research Institute—UQ immunopathology specialist was awarded a prestigious Children’s Hospital Foundation grant.

22

Jul

RSV vaccine a step closer

Professor Helen Liley’s addressed the prestigious Boston Children’s Hospital at their 150th Anniversary this month.

31

May

International spotlight on newborn care

Professor Maher Gandhi will be appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Mater Research and Director of MRI-UQ, effective May 1 2019.

24

Apr

Professor Maher Gandhi appointed Chief Executive Officer of Mater Research

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

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