RSNSW Fellow appointed Chief Scientist of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History - Royal Society of NSW News & Events - The Royal Society of NSW

RSNSW Fellow appointed Chief Scientist of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Rebecca Johnson Dr Rebecca Johnson FRSN, Chief Scientist at the Australian Museum and a leading koala conservation expert, has just been appointed to the highly prestigious post of Chief Scientist and Associate Director at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC. Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, Dr Johnson referred to her new role as the “biggest and best gig” in the world of natural history, saying that she was both “excited and honoured by the prospect to join an institution which represents the highest level of scientific endeavour.”

The Royal Society of NSW extends its warmest congratulations to Dr Rebecca Johnson on this exciting international leadership opportunity.

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