Jan Terje Andersen elected as a member of The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

Jan Terje Andersen (photo; Thomas B. Eckhof)
Jan Terje Andersen (photo; Thomas B. Eckhof)

Jan Terje Andersen, head of the Adaptive Immunity and Homeostasis research group, has been elected as a new member of the The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.  The Academy was founded in 1857 and is an interdisciplinary meeting place for outstanding researchers. It has both Norwegian and foreign members who are elected through a formal process.

- It is a great honor to be elected to the Norwegian Academy of Sciences. I am both happy and grateful. It is an institution with long traditions and a meeting place for professional work and great discussions, where I look forward to participating, says Professor Jan Terje Andersen.

Jan Terje Andersen was formally presented with his diploma during a ceremony at the Academy of Science and Letters Annual Meeting held on May 3rd 2024.

Links:

From the home page of the Institute for Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo (in Norwegian):
Andersen og Omland valgt inn i Akademiet

From the home page of The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters (in Norwegian):
Årsmøtet 2024: Forskningspolitisk årstale og bilder

Homepage of Jan Terje Andersen' group:
The Laboratory of Adaptive Immunity and Homeostasis

Jan Terje Andersen receiving his diploma at ceremony, held during the annual meeting for The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters on May 3rd 2024. (Photo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi/Thomas B. Eckhoff)

 

Lise Øvreås, President in The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, giving her speech at the annual meeting on May 3rd (Photo: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi/Thomas B. Eckhoff)

 

 
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