Anna Sikora is a microbiologist, professor at the Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics (IBB) PAS, Warsaw, Poland, and a leader of the Laboratory of White Biotechnology, Warsaw, Poland. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw. She received her Ph.D. and postdoctoral degrees from IBB PAS. She specializes in research on anaerobic digestion, fermentation processes, biogases (biohydrogen and biomethane) production; microbial communities and nutritional interactions between microorganisms; microbial iron reduction; and mutagenesis and DNA repair in bacteria. She has authored experimental papers, book chapters, and conference reports. She cooperates with the sugar industry in the field of applied research on the development of a method to obtain hydrogen and methane during anaerobic digestion of byproducts and wastes from sugar production.