Mater Research invites undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in a Medical, Biomedical, Midwifery, Public Health, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Dietetics or Bioinformatics degree to our free Student Information Evening on Thursday 22 February at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) in Woolloongabba from 5 - 7 pm.

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 short term undergraduate project, Honours, Masters, MPhil or PhD project starting in 2018 or 2019.

The event is a valuable opportunity for university students to learn more about current and upcoming research opportunities, the application process, as well as the chance to meet and network with Mater Research project supervisors, current students and early career researchers. Refreshments and beverages will be provided.

Mater Research is a world class medical research institute based at South Brisbane (Mater Hospital Campus) and Woolloongabba (Translational Research Institute) with projects that run across a broad range of clinical and biomedical research areas including:

  • Mothers’, Babies and Women’s Health
  • Neurosciences and Cognitive Health
  • Chronic Disease Biology and Care
  • Cancer Biology and Care
  • Optimising Acute Care
  • Implementing evidence to improve health 





5 pm – 6 pm

Introduction to Mater Research  - Research Projects

Overview of key research areas

Brief overview of the Mater Research Application Process

Rooms 2003-2004, Ground level, TRI Building

(see attached map)

6 pm – 7pm

Meet and greet with Mater Research project supervisors, current students and early career researchers

Atrium, Ground level, TRI Building 

(see attached map)

For more information about student opportunities at Mater Research please email Marilyn Wilckens or call to discuss: Ph: 07 344 37613 (Mon-Wed and Fri) or 07 3163 2474  (Thursday).


Translational Research Institute (TRI),
37 Kent Street,
Rooms 2003-2004