Research into the impact of the 2011 Queensland floods on pregnant women and their babies has found stress from natural disasters affects infant development and temperament.

14

Jun

Flood study highlights impact of pre-birth stress

Mater Researcher, Dr Shelley Wilkinson was successful in receiving the Research in Practice award at the recent Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) national conference held in Hobart.

31

May

Mater Researcher receives Research in Practice award

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has committed more than A$1.3 million from its Breast Cancer Research Program to a Queensland study tackling the spread of tumours to the brain.

19

May

US Defense supports breast cancer research at MRI-UQ

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

Two outstanding female researchers have been announced as the recipients of the first Mater Research grants for Outstanding Women.

08

May

Mater Research announces recipients of grants for Outstanding Women

Mater Research will share in $25 million of Government funding to translate genomics research into healthcare practice as part of the Queensland Genomics Health Alliance (QGHA).

28

Apr

Mater Research to develop guidelines for genetic testing in gestational diabetes

Mater Researcher Dr Jakob Begun has been recognised as a leader in his field, as one of only three Australian researchers awarded a Viertel Foundation Clinical Investigator Award.

11

Apr

From experience to innovation

Australia’s only research Centre dedicated to the business and economics of health aims to address fundamental issues in health systems in Australia and globally.

04

Apr

MRI-UQ focus on health economics

To mark International Women’s Day, Mater Research has announced the introduction of strategic grants to support the work of outstanding female researchers at Mater.

06

Mar

Mater Research announces grants for Outstanding Women

A Queensland infectious diseases expert has warned more open heart surgery patients are likely to be diagnosed with a rare bacterial infection stemming from contaminated heater-cooler units.

24

Feb

Rare bacterial infection a threat to heart patients

Mater’s Director of Obstetric Medicine, Professor David McIntyre, is one of two Australian researchers to be awarded a Visiting Professor Fellowship in Denmark.

20

Feb

Mater Professor takes global approach to gestational diabetes

New research shows Indigenous children are three times more likely to be admitted to Australian intensive care units (ICUs) with life-threatening infections than non-Indigenous children.

31

Jan

Indigenous children at greater risk of ICU admission for invasive infections

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