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Mater Research CEO Professor Maher Gandhi has secured additional funding from the Leukaemia Foundation to investigate a new therapeutic approach for follicular lymphoma (FL).

10

Jun

Mater researcher investigates a new therapeutic approach for follicular lymphoma

A $40,000 grant has been awarded to the Mater Research Institute—University of Queensland (MRI-UQ) to develop a parent-version of the national clinical guidelines on care around stillbirth.

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Feb

New funding to better support parents touched by stillbirth

Mater Research—University of Queensland (MRI—UQ) Acting Director Professor Maher Gandhi has been awarded $3.6 million to improve treatment for relapsed lymphoma patients.

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Feb

$3.6 million awarded to develop treatment for relapsed lymphoma patients

Mater Researcher Dr Jake Gratten has received more than $98,000 in funding to progress research into anxiety and gastrointestinal disorders in autistic children.

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Oct

BICARE grant supports health of children with autism

Mater Research’s Professor Josephine Forbes has recently published a review in Nature Reviews Nephrology investigating mitochondrial dysfunction in diabetic kidney disease.

04

Jul

Investigating diabetic kidney disease

The AAMRI Research Impact Working Group, which includes Mater Research, recently secured funding from the Ian Potter Foundation to develop a framework for identifying and measuring research impact.

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Jun

Mater Research secures Ian Potter Foundation grant as part of AAMRI Research Impact Working Group

The Equity Trustees’ Cancer Research Travel Grants have been awarded to Mater Research PhD student Johanna Erbani and Research Officer Dr Kavita Bisht.

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May

Equity Trustees’ Cancer Research Travel Grants announced

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

Associate Professor Katharina Ronacher was awarded a Mater Research Strategic Grant for Outstanding Women on International Women’s Day.

08

Mar

Associate Professor Katharina Ronacher: stopping the spread of tuberculosis

Professor Josephine Forbes was awarded a Mater Research Strategic Grant for Outstanding Women on International Women’s Day.

08

Mar

Professor Josephine Forbes: preventing kidney disease in patients with diabetes

As a recipient of last year’s Mater Research Grant for Outstanding Women, Dr Shelley Wilkinson  is passionate about supporting women to have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.

08

Mar

Women making a difference: Dr Shelley Wilkinson

As a recipient of last year’s Mater Research Grant for Outstanding Women, Dr Sumaira Hasnain is passionate about the development of women in science.

07

Mar

Women making a difference: Dr Sumaira Hasnain

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