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

Researchers from Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland (MRI-UQ) have been awarded $2.86 million in National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding.

27

Oct

NHMRC grants awarded

Held on Wednesday 25 October, the 2017 Mater Research Awards for Excellence acknowledged and celebrated outstanding contributions by individuals to Mater Research, Mater Health, and the community.

26

Oct

Mater Research 2017 Awards for Research Excellence

The Betty McGrath Fellowship enables practising Mater clinicians or other health professionals to increase their research activity by providing salary support to back-fill their positions.

24

Oct

Betty McGrath Fellowship recipient’s announced for 2017

Researchers join forces to develop new diagnostic and treatment tools for doctors working with patients who have debilitating, drug-resistant epilepsy.

12

Oct

Partnership behind new hope for Queenslanders with drug-resistant epilepsy

Mater Researcher Genevieve Whybird volunteers as a mental health support worker in Sri Lanka

14

Sep

Volunteering to provide mental health support in Sri Lanka

A landmark Queensland study will investigate whether genetics hold the key to faster diagnosis and treatment of sepsis.

13

Sep

Queensland researchers to investigate using genetic markers to diagnose sepsis in children sooner

Mater Foundation has been awarded a $946 000 grant as part of Equity Trustees’ new Medical and Health Partnership Program, supporting medical research.

06

Sep

Equity Trustees grant supports Mater researchers

Mater Research was awarded the Employer of Choice Small Business Award at last week's Women in Technology (WiT) Awards ceremony held at Royal International Convention Centre.

05

Sep

Mater Research recognised at Women in Technology Awards

A Mater Researcher has been awarded the prestigious TJ Neale award by the Australia and New Zealand Society of Nephrology (ANZSN). 

05

Sep

Prestigious TJ Neale award presented to Mater Researcher

A Mater Researcher has found that hormones, in conjunction with immune markers, may be valuable in determining those who will not respond to treatment for Tuberculosis (TB).

25

Aug

Study shows hormonal-immune changes may explain response to tuberculosis treatment

Simulation is effective in teaching difficult gynaecological procedures to doctors with different levels of expertise, a Mater Research study has found.

23

Aug

Simulation effective in teaching difficult gynaecological procedures

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