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7 June 2022

Community Consultation in Health Research

ABC Radio Interview with Rebecca Levingston: Reconciliation Week Close

Community Consultation in Health Research

20 May 2022

Inaugural QFC Symposium

The Queensland Family Cohort leads, collaborators and consumers met at the Translational Research Institute for a day of discussion of experiences and research talks and updates from the data obtained from the pilot Queensland Family Cohort families at the Mater Mother's Hospital.

Inaugural QFC Symposium

13 Apr 2022

Stories in Public Health Podcast

The Queensland Family Cohort Program Coordinator Dr Danielle Borg is interviewed for the Stories in Public Health Podcast by Dr Amalie Dyad

Stories in Public Health Podcast

4 Apr 2022

Expectant dads' diet during pregnancy has lasting impact on future health of unborn child, study finds

Expectant dads' diet during pregnancy has lasting impact on future health of unborn child, study finds

Expectant dads' diet during pregnancy has lasting impact on future health of unborn child, study finds

17 Oct 2021

Call for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families to join Landmark Health Study

Call for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families birthing at Mater Mother's, South Brisbane to join our study

Call for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families to join Landmark Health Study

10 Oct 2021

Landmark study links post-natal depression and low income

An analysis of the Queensland Family Cohort (QFC) pilot project data, conducted by the University of Queensland’s Professor Brenda Gannon, found women diagnosed with depression before and shortly after giving birth earned on average $417 less per week than their counterparts.

Landmark study links post-natal depression and low income

11 Nov 2020

Always was and always will be

Associate Professor Kym Rae leader of Indigenous Health Research in the Queensland Family Cohort reminds us to continue to consider and reflect.

Always was and always will be

9 June 2020

Queensland Researchers have begun a major study examining how the pandemic is impacting on expectant mothers

The continuation of the Queensland Family Cohort during the COVID-19 pandemic was made able due to the Golden Casket Foundation

Queensland Researchers have begun a major study examining how the pandemic is impacting on expectant mothers

20 Jan 2020

Mater Research launches Queensland Family Cohort Study

Mater Research and Mater Mother’s Hospital are holding the second round of the Queensland Family Cohort Study and are looking for expectant parents to participate.

Mater Research launches Queensland Family Cohort Study

9 Aug 2018

Largest Queensland Cohort Study launched

A study aiming to follow 10,000 Queensland families over three decades will commence with a pilot study involving University of Queensland researchers.

Largest Queensland Cohort Study launched

8 Aug 2018

Mater Research planning for largest cohort study in Queensland

Mater Research is planning the largest group cohort study in the state since the 1980s, aiming to follow 10 000 Queensland families over three decades, in collaboration with Queensland universities and hospitals.

Mater Research planning for largest cohort study in Queensland

8 Aug 2018

Queensland Family Cohort Pilot Study at Mater

Channel 9 covers the launch of the pilot study of the Queensland Family Cohort

Queensland Family Cohort Pilot Study at Mater