Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters

The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters was founded in 1838 with the aim of promoting high-quality research, scholarship, networking and dissemination of information through organized conferences and symposia, awarding prizes, providing financial support and stimulating trans-disciplinary discussion. Only the microbiologists from this wider academy are listed below.

 

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Alitalo, Kari
Ehnholm, Christian
Finne, Jukka
Gyllenberg, Helge
Ilonen, Jorma
Kere, Juha
Saris, Per
Sistonen, Lea
Vaheri, Antti

 

 

 

 

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