The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences is an independent organization with the goal of promoting the sciences and strengthening their influence in society. The Academy does this by fostering development and innovation in Swedish research, drawing attention to key social issues and cooperating on global issues with the aim of being an international scientific proponent of sustainable development. Only the microbiologists from this wider academy are listed below.


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Andersson, Dan
Björck, Lars
Björck, Glenn
Harboe, Morten
Holmgren, Jan
Kurland, Charles
Masucci, Maria
Normark, Staffan
Norrby, Erling
Sjörgen, Camilla
Svanborg, Catharina
Svennerholm, Ann-Mari


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Bacterial-Viral Co-infections

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