Leopoldina – National Academy of Sciences

The Leopoldina – National Academy of Sciences has been the German National Academy of Sciences since 2008. It aims to address key issues of particular significance for the future of society from a scientific perspective, shares its findings with policymakers and puts these issues up for discussion on a national and international level. Only the microbiologists from this wider academy are listed below.

 

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Amman, Rudolf
Bartenschlager, Ralf
Becker, Katja
Becker, Stephan
Böck, August
Bogdan, Christian
Bonas, Ulla
Brakhage, Axel
Braun, Volkmar
Buchrieser, Carmen
Cao, Xuetao
Cossart, Pascale
Dautry, Alice
Dehio, Christoph
Dubilier, Nicole
Eggers, Hans
Finlay, Brett
Flamm, Heinz
Fleckenstein, Bernhard
Friedrich, Bärbel
Fuchs, George
Galán, Jorge
Goebel, Werner
Gottschalk, Gerhard
Hacker, Jörg
Haller, Otto
Hasnain, Seyed
Hecker, Michael
Heesemann, Jürgen
Heinz, Franz
Hengartner, Hans
Hengge, Regine
Hennecke, Hauke
Hertwecj, Christian
Holm, Sitg
Jonjic, Stipan
Kahmann, Regine
Kaufmann, Stefan
Kirchhoff, Frank
Klenk, Hans-Dieter
Köhler, Werner
Kornberg, Hans
Koszinowski, Ulrich
Kräusslich, Hans-Georg
Malke, Horst
Meyer, Thomas
Montecucco, Cesare
Nair, Balakrish
Omura, Satoshi
Palese, Peter
Pugsley, Anthony
Pühler, Alfred
Pulverer, Gerhard
Ricciardi-Castagnoli, Paola
Ruland, Jürgen
Sansonetti, Philippe
Schink, Bernhard
Schneeweiß, Ulrich
Smith, Geoffrey
Søgaard-Andersen, Lotte
Stetter, Karl
Suerbaum, Sebastian
ter Meulen, Volker
Thauer, Rudolf
Truszczynski, Marian
Vogel, Jörg
Von Boehmer, Harald
von Graevenitz, Alexander
Vorholt ,Julia
Wagner, Hermann
Wecker, Eberhard
Widdel, Friedrich
Wimmer, Eckard
Zinkernagel, Rolf
Zychlinsky, Arturo

 

 

 

 

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