The operational leadership of Karolinska Institutet consists of the Vice-Chancellor, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, and the university director.
Karin Dahlman-Wright is acting Vice-Chancellor at Karolinska Institutet.
Karin Dahlman-Wright is professor in Molecular Endocrinology.
Secretary to the Vice-Chancellor
Chief Press Officer
Henrik Grönberg is acting Pro-Vice-Chancellor at Karolinska Institutet.
Henrik Grönberg is professor in cancer epidemiology.
Secretary to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Per Bengtsson has been university director at Karolinska Institutet since January 2014.
The university director has overall responsibility after the Vice-Chancellor for the Institute's activities in administrative, legal and economic respects. The uiversity director is appointed by the Vice-Chancellor and rapporteur of the board.
Secretary to the University Director
Deputy University Director
Marie Tell has been deputy university director at Karolinska Institutet since 2007.
The deputy university director is the university director's representative.
In addition, the deputy university director has, by delegation, specific responsibility for:
- Coordination of work with internal governance and control, operational planning and quality issues
- Environmental management issues in the management team
- Coordination of Safety Forum information
- Coordination of KI's internal regulations
The job also involves representing University Administration in the Quality Council, to represent the university director in central development project's steering committees and to attend the Vice-Chancellor's decision meetings.
According to a decision by the Vice-Chancellor, the deputy university director is part of the:
- Management team
- Crisis management team
- Administrative council