EMBO

EMBO is an organization of more than 1700 leading researchers that promotes excellence in the life sciences. The organization aims to support researchers at all stages of their careers and to help build a European research environment where scientists can achieve their best work. Only the microbiologists from this wider organization are listed below.

 

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Aguzzi, Adriano
Akira, Shizuo
Aktories, Klaus
Amati, Paolo
Andersson, Siv
Arber, Werner
Armitage, Judith
Arnon, Ruth
Arraiano, Cecilia
Atkins, John
Baltimore, David
Bamford, Dennis
Barrell, Barclay
Barré-Sinoussi, Françoise
Bassler, Bonnie
Bauer, Heinz
Baulcombe, David
Beckwith, Jonathan
Bell, Stephen
Benkirane, Monsef
Benne, Rob
Bernardi, Alberto
Bertani, Giuseppe
Bertazonni, Umberto
Bickle, Thomas
Billeter, Martin
Bishop, David
Björk, Glenn
Böck, August
Boëtius, Antje
Boller, Thomas
Bonas, Ulla
Bonhoeffer, Sebastian
Borst, Piet
Bosch, Leendert
Boulanger, Pierre
Bousso, Philippe
Brammar, William
Braun, Richard
Bresch, Carsten
Briggs, John
Brownlee, George
Brummelkamp, Thijn
Buc, Henri
Buchrieser, Carmen
Buckingham, Richard
Bujard, Hermann
Bumann, Dirk
Burgyan, József
Burke, Derek
Burny, Arsène
Cao, Xuetao
Cazenave, Pierre-André
Cerda-Olmedo, Enrique
Charpentier, Emmanuelle
Clayton, Christine
Cole, Stewart
Coll, Miquel
Cornelis, Guy
Cortese, Riccardo
Cossart, Pascale
Coutinho, Antonio
Covacci, Antonio
Crowther, Richard
Cusack, Stephen
Danchin, Antoine
Davies, Juliande
De Lorenzo, Victor
Dehio, Christoph
Delius, Hajo
DeLong, Edwards
Dénarié, Jean
Devoret, Raymond
Diggelmann, Heidi
Dixon, Ray
Doerfler, Walter
Domingo, Esteban
Dougan, Gordon
Dwek, Raymond
Ebert, Dieter
Eggertsson, Guðmundur
Ehrlich, S. Dusko
Eisen, Harvey
Elena, Santiago
Embley, T. Martin
Emr, Scott
Engel, Andreas
Ensoli, Barbara
Erberl, Gérard
Errington, Jeff
Espinosa, Manuel
Falkow, Stanley
Feldmann, Horst
Ferrandon, Dominique
Fiers, Walter
Franklin, Richard
Gancedo, Carlos
García-Olmedo, Francisco
Garoff, Henrik
Garrett, Roger
Georgopoulos, Costa
Gerdes, Kenn
Gicquel, Brigitte
Girard, Marc
Goebel, Werner
Gottesman, Susan
Grandi, Guido
Gräßmann, Adolf
Graziosi, Franco
Greber, Urs
Griffin, Beverly
Griffiths, Gareth
Groot, Gert
Gualerzi, Claudio
Gull, Keith
Hacker, Jörg
Haenni, Anne-Lise
Harrison, Stephen
Hartley, Brian
Heinz, Dirk
Helenius, Ari
Hellinski, Donald
Hengartner, Hans
Hengge, Regine
Hirt, Bernhard
Hirt, Heribert
Hobom, Gerd
Hodgkin, Jonathan
Hohn, Barbara
Hohn, Thomas
Hol, Wim
Holden, David
Hopwood, David
Hornung, Veit
Howard, Jonathan
Jackson, Richard
Jenal, Urs
Jetten, Mike
Johannes, Ludger
Jones, T. Alwyn
Jou, Willy
Jürgens, Gerd
Kääriäinen, Leevi
Kafatos, Fotis
Kahmann, Regine
Kamoun, Sophien
Kaufmann, Stefan
Kédinger, Claude
Kerr, Ian
Klein, Eva
Klein, George
Klenk, Hans-Dieter
Kolakofsky, Daniel
Kondorosi, Eva
Kraehenbuhl, Jean-Pierre
Kroemer, Guido
Lanzavecchia, Antonio
Lazdunski, Claude
Lea, Susan
Legocki, Andrzej
Lemaitre, Bruno
Levashina, Elena
Löwe, Jan
Lusso, Paolo
Malim, Michael
Marsch, Mark
Masucci, Maria
McConnell, David
McMichael, Andrew
Medzhitov, Ruslan
Meyer, Thomas
Michel, Bénédicte
Milanesi, Gabriele
Miller, Jeffrey
Minsky, Abraham
Moelling, Karin
Montagnier, Luc
Montecucco, Cesare
Murillo, Francisco
Murrell, Colin
Namba, Keiichi
Normark, Staffan
Nyström, Thomas
O’Garra, Anne
Overath, Peter
Paces,
Pal, Csaba
Václav
Parkhill, Julian
Peacock, Sharon
Perrin, David
Pettersson, Ulf
Pizza, Mariagrazia
Pugsley, Anthony
Radmann, Miroslav
Rainey, Paul
Rappuoli, Rino
Reichhart, Jean-Marc
Rescigno, Maria
Revel, Michel
Rey, Félix
Ricciardi-Castagnoli, Paola
Richmond, Mark
Salas, Margarita
Sansonetti, Philippe
Santoro, Maria
Savakis, Charalambos
Scazzocchio, Claudio
Scherf, Artur
Schiavo, Giampietro
Schulze-Lefert, Paul
Schwartz, Maxime
Schwartz, Olivier
Sebo, Peter
Segal, Eran
Séraphin, Bertrand
Shao, Feng
Sharp, Paul
Sherratt, David
Silhavy, Thomas
Skehel, John
Soldati-Favre, Dominique
Söll, Dieter
Stehelin, Dominique
Stragier, Patrick
Strandberg, Bror
Stuart, David
Subak-Sharpe, John
Svoboda, Jan
Talbot, Nicholas
Tang, Christoph
Tempé, Jacques
Timmis, Kenneth
Tiollais, Pierre
Toussaint, Ariane
Trautner, Thomas
Trono, Didier
Uhlin, Bernt
Ullmann, Agnes
Vaheri, Antti
van der Oost, John
van Kammen, Albert
van Montagu, Marc
Venetianer, Pál
Verdaguer, Núria
Verma, Inder
Vogel, Jörg
Voinnet, Olivier
von Meyenburg, Kaspar
Wagner, Gerhart
Wain-Hobson, Simon
Waksman, Gabriel
Warren, Graham
Waters, Andrew
Way, Michael
Weil, Roger
Weiss, Robin
Weissmann, Charles
White, Malcolm
Wigzell, Hans
Wilkie, Neil
Winnacker, Ernst-Ludwig
Winocour, Ernest
Wolf-Watz, Hans
Yaniv, Moshe
Zavada, Jan
Zinkernagel, Rolf
zur Hausen, Harald
Zychlinsky, Arturo
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