Rosie Stramandinoli elected as a Royal Society of Victoria council member
15 May 2018
Griffith Hack is pleased to congratulate Rosie Stramandinoli for being elected as a council member of the Royal Society of Victoria (RSV).
The RSV brings together Victoria’s science community and is the state’s oldest learned society. It has been part of Australia’s intellectual life since 1854, promoting science by lectures, symposia and awards programs.
“I’m excited to join the council of one of Australia’s most respected scientific institutions,” Rosie said.
Rosie is a Principal in Griffith Hack’s Life Science & Chemical Group, and has been regularly listed as an “IP Star” by Managing Intellectual Property and recommended by other global IP publications.