List of members of the National Academy of Sciences (Microbial biology)

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This list is a subsection of the List of members of the National Academy of Sciences, which includes approximately 2,000 members and 350 foreign associates of the United States National Academy of Sciences, each of whom is affiliated with one of 31 disciplinary sections. Each person's name, primary institution, and election year are given.


Microbial biology[edit]

Name Institution Date
Edward Adelberg Yale University 1971
Sankar Adhya NIH 1994
Porter W. Anderson, Jr. Harvard University 2010
David Baltimore California Institute of Technology 1974
Carolina Barillas-Mury NIH 2014
Bonnie Bassler Princeton University 2006
Jonathan Beckwith Harvard University 1984
Kenneth Berns University of Florida 1995
John Boothroyd Stanford University 2016
Yuan Chang University of Pittsburgh 2012
Robert Chanock National Institutes of Health 1973
Ding-Shinn Chen National Taiwan University 2005
Francis Chisari Scripps Research Institute 2002
Purnell Choppin Howard Hughes Medical Institute 1977
John Coffin Tufts University 1999
R. John Collier Harvard University 1991
Julian Davies University of British Columbia 2014
Paul England Johns Hopkins University 2012
Mary k. Estes Baylor College of Medicine 2007
Stanley Falkow Stanford University 1984
Frank Fenner Australian National University 1977
Daniel Carleton Gajdusek Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 1974
Jorge Galan Yale University 2012
Robert Gallo University of Maryland Baltimore 1988
Donald Ganem University of California, San Francisco 2010
Stephen Goff Columbia University 2006
Emil Gotschlich Rockefeller University 1987
E. Peter Greenberg University of Washington 2004
Diane Griffin Johns Hopkins University 2004
Beatrice Hahn University of Pennsylvania 2012
J. Woodland Hastings Harvard University 2003
Peter Howley Harvard University 1993
Scott Hultgren Washington University School of Medicine 2011
Ralph Isberg Tufts University School of Medicine 2009
William R. Jacobs, Jr. Albert Einstein College of Medicine 2013
Christine Jacobs-Wagner Yale University 2015
Wolfgang Joklik Duke University 1981
Thomas J. Kelly Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 1992
Elliott Kieff Harvard University 1996
Edwin D. Kilbourne New York Medical College 1977
Hans Kornberg Boston University 1986
Richard Krause National Institutes of Health 1977
Robert A. Lamb Northwestern University 2003
Ho-Wang Lee National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Korea 2002
Ruth Lehmann New York University 2005
Barry Marshall University of Western Australia 2008
Malcolm Martin National Institutes of Health 1998
John Mekalanos Harvard University 1998
Jeffery F. Miller UCLA 2015
Louis Miller National Institutes of Health 1990
Bernard Moss National Institutes of Health 1987
Hiroshi Nikaido UC Berkeley 2009
Richard P. Novick New York University 2006
Ruth Nussenzweig New York University 2013
Michael Oldstone Scripps Research Institute 2008
M. J. Osborn University of Connecticut Health Center 1978
Norman R. Pace University of Colorado at Boulder 1991
Peter Palese Mount Sinai School of Medicine 2000
Daniel A. Portnoy University of California, Berkeley 2013
Robert H. Purcell National Institutes of Health 1988
Charles M. Rice III Rockefeller University 2005
John Robbins National Institutes of Health 1996
Bernard Roizman University of Chicago 1979
Thomas Shenk Princeton University 1996
Thomas Silhavy Princeton University 2005
John Skehel Francis Crick Institute 2014
Patricia Spear Northwestern University 2002
Jesse Summers University of New Mexico 2001
Herbert Virgin IV Washington University 2016
Peter Vogt Scripps Research Institute 1980
Duard Walker University of Wisconsin–Madison 1990
Robert Webster St. Jude Children's Research Hospital 1998
Tomas Wellems NIH 2007
Ian Wilson Scripps Research Institute 2016
Eckard Wimmer Stony Brook University 2012
Ralph Wolfe University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1981


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