Mater Research invites current and future students to our free Student Information Evening on Tuesday the 1st of September 2020.

Mater Research is committed to supporting the researchers of tomorrow by providing students with excellent project opportunities with outstanding supervisors. There are currently a range of research opportunities available at Mater Research for students who would be interested in undertaking a UQ Winter or Summer Research Program, Honours, Masters, MPhil or PhD project starting in 2021.

Our Student Information Evening is a valuable opportunity for attendees to learn more about current and upcoming research opportunities and learn about the application process. You will hear presentations from Group Leaders, the Chair of the Mater Student Research Committee and a current Mater Research Student. 

If you know any undergraduate or post-graduate students who would be interested in undertaking a research project and are enrolled in a Medical, Biomedical or Allied Health degree, please share the event details below and invite them along to the event.

Registration is free. 

Please note: Anyone attending in person at the TRI Auditorium  must not attend if they are displaying COVID-19 symptoms. Social distancing procedures will be in place on the night and attendees are required not to enter the venue if they are unwell, have COVID-19 symptoms; have been overseas or Australian hotspots in the last 14 days; or have been in close contact with a confirmed case.  TRI also reserve the right to refuse entry and must insist that anyone with these symptoms leaves the venue.

For more information about student opportunities at Mater Research please email or call Sarah Doyle on 07 3443 7613 (Mon-Wed).


Attend via webinar or in person at:

Translational Research Institute (TRI)
TRI Auditorium (Ground Level)
37 Kent Street, Woolloongabba