Members of the European Academy of Microbiology (EAM)

The European Academy of Microbiology (EAM) is a leadership group of around 150 eminent microbiology experts who came together in 2009 to amplify the impact of microbiology and microbiologists in Europe. FEMS works with many microbiologists from this body of experts.

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Abergel, Chantal
Ackerman, Martin
Aebersold, Ruedi
Albers, Sonja Verena
Almond, Jeff
Amman, Rudy
Andersson,  Dan I.
Andersson, Siv G E
Armitage, Judy
Arraiano, Cecilia
Balaban, Natalie
Bamford,  Dennis H.
Barras, Frederoc
Bartenschlager, Ralf
Becher, Dörte
Baquero, Fernando
Bayer, Edward
Beja, Oded
Bibb, Mervyn
Blokesch, Melanie
Boetius, Antje
Bonch-Osmolovskaya, Elizaveta
Brakhage, Axel
Bremer Erhard
Brosch, Roland
Buchrieser, Carmen
Busby, Stephen
Campadelli-Fiume, Gabriella
Charpentier, Emmanuelle
Chet, Ilan
Cole Stewart T.
Cornelis, Guy
Cossart, Pascale
Costa, Milton
Courvalin, Patrice
Danchin, Antoine
Dehio, Christoph
de Lorenzo, Victor
Dersch, Petra
de Vos, Willem M.
Dobrindt, Ulrich
Dorman, Charles J.
Dubilier, Nicole
Eberl, Leo
Ehrlich, Dusko
Embley, Martin
Errington, Jeff
Filloux, Alain
Forterre, Patrick
Foster, Kevin
Friedrich, Baerbel
Gadd, Geoff
Gelfand, Mikhail S
Gerdes, Kenn
Ghigo, Jean-Marc
Glaser, Philippe
Glover, Anne
Goebel, Werner
Goetz, Friedrich
Gophna, Uri
Gründling, Angelika
Hacker, Jörg
Haller, Otto
Hardt, Wolf-Dietrich
Head, Ian
Hecker, Michael
Heesemann, Juergen
Heinz, Franz X.
Hengge, Regine
Henriques-Normark, Birgitta
Hinton, Jay
Høiby, Niels
Holden, David
Hopwood, David
Jenal, Urs
Jetten, Mike
Jonjic, Stipan
Jörgensen, Bo Barker
Kahmann, Regine
Kishony, Roy
Kivisaar, Maia
Klenk, Hans Dieter
Kondorisi, Eva
Kräusslich, Hans Georg
Kuipers, Oscar P.
Kuypers, Marcel
Lappin-Scott, Hilary
Lemaître, Bruno
Ley, Ruth
Lopez, Daniel
Lukes, Julius
Mazel, Didier
Meyer, Thomas
Mignot, Tam
Molin, Soren
Montecucco, Cesare
Mojica, Francisco Juan Martinez
Murrell, Colin
Narberhaus, Franz
Nombela, Cesar
Normark Staffan
O’gara, Fergal
Ortin, J.
Osterhaus, Albert
Overmann, Joerg
Pal, Csaba
Palmer, Tracy
Parkhill, Julian
Piffaretti, Jean-Claude
Pizza Mariagrazia
Posfai, György
Prangishvili, David
Pugsley, Antony
Radmann, Miroslav
Ramos, Juan Luis
Rappouli, Rino
Rey, Félix A.
Riccardi, Giovanna
Römling, Ute Maria
Ron, Eliora
Rosenberg, Eugene
Rossello-Mora, Ramon

Salas, Margarita
Sansonetti, Philippe
Schink, Bernhard
Schleifer, Karl-Heinz
Schlepper, Christa
Sebo, Peter
Shingler, Victoria
Sibirny, Andriy
Siksnys, Virginijus
Skehel, John J.
Smith, Geoffrey
Sogaard-Andersen, Lotte
Soldati-Favre, Dominique
Sorek, Rotem
Sourjik, Victor
Strous, Marc
Suerbaum, Sebastian
Thauer, Rudolf K.
Stanley-Wall, Nicola
Timmis, K.
Tonjum, Tone
Tsakris, Athanassios
Typas, Athanasios
Uhlin, Bernt Eric
Ullman, Agnes
van der Goot, F. Gisou
van der Meer, Jan Roelof
Ventosa, Antonio
Vicente, Miguel
Vogel, Jörg
Vollmer, Waldemar
Vorholt, Julia
Wagner, Michael
Weiss, Robin A.
Widdel, Friedrich
Williams, Paul
Zychlinsky, Arturo

 

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