Mater Research is pleased to announce Dr Linda Gallo and Dr Hanna Reinebrant as the successful applicants for the 2017 Mater Research Early Career Research (ECR) Travel Grants.

21

Aug

Early Career Research Travel Grant recipients announced

Queensland researchers have made a discovery that may lead to new treatments for anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

16

Aug

Adult brains produce new cells in previously undiscovered area

Mater Researcher, Dr Sandra Richardson has been announced as a successful recipient of an Advance Queensland fund to support her research through maternity leave.

14

Aug

Mater Researcher receives Advance Queensland award

New research suggests that comprehensive mental health screening should be offered to women in pregnancy who report anxiety, altered quality of life and depressive symptoms.

14

Aug

Study suggests mental health screening should be offered to all pregnant women

Queensland researchers have discovered a new way to target a rare form of breast cancer, giving hope for improved treatment options.

01

Aug

Targeted treatment gives new hope on breast cancer

A Mater Research trial is underway to test a new treatment for Ross River fever.

01

Aug

Mater Research trial may offer new treatment for Ross River fever

Research describes novel hand bone formation ‘roadmap’ that reveals new treatment considerations for some skeletal dysplasias.

31

Jul

Research describes novel hand bone formation ‘roadmap’

Higher Degree research students were given an opportunity to present their thesis research to both scientists and non-scientists at the Mater Research Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

25

Jul

Mater Research Higher Degree students present at Three Minute Thesis competition

A recent Mater Research protocol submitted to the NHMRC has demonstrated the vital role consumers play in shaping and improving research trials.

18

Jul

Consumer input helps shape and improve research protocol

An Australian first trial lead by Mater Researcher A/Prof Helen Liley is investigating effective treatment options for newborns with Neonatal Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy

18

Jul

Australian first trial at Mater improving quality of life for newborns with ‘HIE’

A gene mutation making young children extremely vulnerable to common viruses may represent a new type of immunodeficiency.

18

Jul

Genetic immune deficiency could hold key to severe childhood infections

A Mater Research study1 has identified a method to identify best treatment options for oestrogen receptor positive breast cancer patients following surgery and also to better predict prognosis.

26

Jun

Mater Researcher identifies new insights into breast cancer treatments and prognosis

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