Stephanie Grant

IP Manager

Stephanie is responsible for protecting the company’s Intellectual Property portfolio.


Stephanie’s role in the team is to help protect (i.e. patent) the high quality research with commercial potential that is produced at Victoria University. By protecting the Intellectual Property (IP) associated with research discoveries, Stephanie ensures that researchers and the University gain exclusive legal rights to utilise that IP for maximum commercial benefit.


Born in Scotland, Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Science in Medicinal Chemistry (First Class Honours) from the University of Paisley in Scotland, and a PhD in Chemistry from the University of York in England.


In 2006, Stephanie relocated to New Zealand to take up a role with BDG Synthesis, where she was responsible for synthesising and analysing compounds in the lab. She has also worked for a BioPharmaceutical services provider in the UK, and as a Patent Executive with Baldwins Intellectual Property, where she helped local and overseas clients to protect their chemical and biotechnological IP.


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