- M.H.S., Johns Hopkins University, 1999.
- M.D., Michigan State University, 1990.
Norman J. Beauchamp, Jr., MD, MHS, earned his MD from Michigan State University and shortly after, completed a general surgery internship at Blodgett Medical Hospital and Michigan State University, in Grand Rapids, MI. He completed his radiology residency and fellowship in neuroradiology and neurointerventional radiology at Johns Hopkins University in 1996. In 2002, he joined the University of Washington, Department of Radiology, as Professor and Chair. He is Vice Chair of Faculty Senate serving University of Washington. He is also a professor of neurosurgery, industrial and systems engineering, and is adjunct principal scientist in the Applied Physics Laboratory. He served as President of the University of Washington Physician Practice Plan. To date, Dr. Beauchamp has been a member of numerous professional societies and has served on several committees. He is currently a member of the ARRS, serving on the Executive Council; a senior member of the American Society of Neuroradiology; and he also serves on the Board of the Society for Chairs of Academic Radiology Departments (SCARD). He previously was Chair of the Coalition for Imaging and Bioengineering Research (CIBR), and previously served as Chair of Radiology Research Alliance (RRA), and was a member of the Association of University Radiologists Board of Directors. He served as President of ARRS, and is Chair of SCARD. He served on the Editorial Board for Radiology, and the Editorial Board of JACR. He is Chair of the Education/CME Committee for the ARRS. Dr. Beauchamp has received several notable honors and awards throughout his career. He received the ARRS scholarship and the American Society of Neuroradiology Basic Science Fellowship Award and three times he was awarded the outstanding faculty teaching award in radiology at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Beauchamp’s research interests include extensive research in the area of neuroradiology. He has served as principal investigator for nine studies with an emphasis on stroke and dementia. He also has a patent for computer-aided processing and analysis for stroke in neuroimages. To his credit, Dr. Beauchamp has contributed over 100 publications to the literature. He co-edited a book entitled Radiology Business Practice: How to Succeed. He has presented at more than 80 invited meetings and symposia.