MSU Health Sciences Executive Vice President
Norman Beauchamp Jr., M.D., was appointed executive vice president for health sciences in October 2019 after serving as MSU associate provost and assistant vice president for health affairs since February 2018, and dean of the MSU College of Human Medicine since October 2016.
Before coming to MSU, Beauchamp held academic medicine leadership positions at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Washington (UW), where he served as president of the UW clinical practice of 1,600 physicians employed by the university.
Beauchamp is past chair of the International Outreach Committee of the American Roentgen Ray Society and previously served on the board of directors of the Society of Chairs of Academic Radiology Departments and is past president of both those organizations. He was chairperson of the Radiology Research Alliance, the Coalition for Bioimaging Research and the American Radiology Education Committee.
A nationally renowned neurointerventional radiologist, Beauchamp received his medical degree from the MSU College of Human Medicine and his Master of Health Science degree from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He completed his residency and two fellowships at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.