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Dr Anna Dulic-Sills

Chief Operating Officer
The University’s most senior administrator; providing strategic leadership to professional services.
Vice-Chancellor's Office
Vice-Chancellor's Office

As Chief Operating Officer (Interim), Anna is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and has responsibility for the vast majority of St George’s Professional and Technical Services. Anna supports the Vice-Chancellor in determining the institutional strategy, ensures that the University is well-organised and operates as efficiently as possible, mitigating risks and seizing opportunities to drive progress. She is also the executive lead across a number of areas of the University, including strategic planning and risk, audit and efficiency.

Anna's professional journey began as a research scientist specialising in DNA repair, where she earned her PhD under the guidance of Nobel Laureate Tomas Lindahl. Anna went on to do clinical science/postdoctoral work at Bats and the London NHS Trust. She later changed her career path into research management and administration, and held a number of leadership roles at Queen Mary, University of London. Anna joined St George’s as a Director of Research Operations in 2019.

Anna is a member of the Association of Heads of University Administration and serves as a panel member for Advance HE Athena Swan initiative. In addition to her contributions within the academic sphere, she was also involved in a local primary school as an elected member of the Board of Governors, serving as a Vice-Chair of the Facilities and Curriculum Committees; and a co-director of a Community Interest Company.

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