Glenda Bullock currently serves as the Director of Research and Business Administration for the Divisions of Hematology, Rheumatology, Pharmacogenomics and Allergy & Immunology at Washington University School of Medicine. Her responsibilities include the overall management of the Divisions’ research enterprise, including strategic and space planning, personnel management, administration of all research and training grants, contracts and federally funded clinical studies. She also manages the Hemophilia Treatment Center 340B prescription drug program for the Division of Hematology. Prior to her tenure in the Department of Medicine, Glenda spent six years as the Contracts & Grants Manager in the Research Office. She also received valuable experience as the Research Services Coordinator at the University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri S&T University) where she worked extensively with faculty and other administration offices on research proposal submission, award acceptance and contract negotiations. Her broad knowledge of research administration from both the central and departmental perspective is invaluable in the training of new administrators and in writing and implementing new policies and procedures. She has given numerous presentations and workshops on a variety of research administration topics including but not limited to: training grant management, applicable charges to research grants, departmental and central office communications and quality metrics. Glenda spends most of her free time quilting and playing with her granddaughter Harper.