Louis J. Muglia, MD, PhD
President and CEO
Dr. Muglia is the President and CEO of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. His tenure began in January 2020.
Prior to joining the Fund, Dr. Muglia was the Vice-Chair for Research, A. Graeme Mitchell Chair of the Division of Human Genetics, Co-Director of the Perinatal Institute and Director of the Center for Prevention of Preterm Birth at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
Vice President, Finance
Mr. Schoedler is responsibile for all financial aspects of the Fund’s operation. This includes oversight of the Fund’s investment program, as well as accounting, insurance, and benefits administration.
Mr. Schoedler joined BWF in 1994 from the Rockefeller Foundation in New York, where he was Senior Asset Manager, Marketable Securities for the Foundation’s $2.2 billion endowment. His prior financial experiences include stints at Unisys Corporation and NCR Corporation. He has a B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.B.A. from Duke University.
Works with Paige Cooper Byas and associated programs.
Assists the VP of Finance in managing the investment portfolio and treasury responsibilities; assists the program staff in non-profit compliance issues and grant disbursement planning; manages the accounting function including coordinating an annual external audit, budgeting, cash flow analysis, and taxes
Oversees the external communication strategy for BWF and manages the Science Communication portfolio. He also serves as the secretary for the Board of Directors.
Assists BWF’s Senior Asset and Accounting Manager and the Vice President of Finance.
Responsible for overseeing all hardware and software development for the Fund’s web site, as well as general hardware and software setup, backup, and maintenance, and all audio-visual equipment in the meeting rooms.
Tammy Collins, PhD
Oversees the Interfaces in Science and Regulatory Science programs: Career Awards at the Scientific Interface, and Innovation in Regulatory Science Awards
Paige Cooper Byas, PhD
Manages the biomedical and reproductive science portfolio: Career Awards for Medical Scientists and NextGen Pregnancy Initiative
Assists the senior manager of facilities and administration with site services, routine maintenance, and other operational-related activities surrounding the building and grounds.
Provides administrative support to the Funds’ President, Vice President, and Meeting Professional. She assists with meetings, staff travel, and other administrative duties.
Glenda H. Gilbert
Directs and manages operations, staff, and contractors surrounding facilities and administration.
Responsible for meeting planning and logistics.
Responsible for maintaining the computer networks and being a liaison between the staff and the executive committee.
Works with Victoria McGovern and associated programs
Works with Tammy Collins and associated programs
Works with the President’s office and oversees the external communication strategy for BWF and manages the Science Communication portfolio.
Oversees the Science Education and Diversity in Science Programs: Student STEM Enrichment Program, Career Awards for STEM Teachers, Promoting Innovation in Science and Mathematics, and Postdoctoral Diversity Enrichment Program
Victoria McGovern, PhD
Oversees Infectious Disease and Population Sciences programs: Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease, and the Institutional Program Unifying Population and Laboratory Based Sciences
Works with Alfred Mays and associated programs
Assists the senior manager of facilities and administration with the administrative-related activities surrounding those areas.