Ms. Georgie Rose

Georgie (she/her) resides on the traditional lands of the Bunurong People in Bayside Melbourne.

Georgie has a background in physiotherapy, research and project management and enjoys the opportunity to use these skills in her role as Healthy Trajectories Research Operations Manager and Project Manager of the team’s Upper Limb Trials.

Georgie is driven by a desire to minimise the impact that health conditions have on a person’s ability to participate fully in all aspects of life. Broadly, Georgie’s clinical and research interests include:

  • optimising management of chronic and complex symptoms with allied health interventions
  • improving the delivery of our health services so access is timely, efficient and effective
  • identifying how we can reduce barriers in society that directly impact a person’s experience of disability


Georgie was drawn to the research of the Healthy Trajectories hub because of the focus on partnering with and learning from those with lived experience of disability.

In her leisure time, Georgie enjoys being in the outdoors – beach walks with her fur niece Bella (a dog), cycling, swimming and kayaking. This activity is complimented by a healthy appetite for good food and wine, and a love of seeking out new places and experiences.

Georgie is standing at the bow of a boat, rugged up in a warm black jacket. She is on a cruise in Norway. The beautiful Aurlandsfjord and snow-covered mountains are in the background..
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