Mikael Norman was born 1957 in Stockholm, Sweden. He graduated as M.D. at Karolinska Institutet in 1982 and finalized his Ph.D. in 1992. In 1995, he was appointed Consultant and in 1998, he became Associate Professor in Pediatrics. In 2001-2004 Mikael Norman worked as senior researcher at the Swedish Research Council. He received a chair as Professor in Pediatrics & Neonatal Medicine at Karolinska Institutet in 2008. Between 1995 and 2015, he worked in different administrative positions (Clinical Director and Head of Department) at the Department of Neonatal Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital. Mikael Norman has supervised 25 PhD-students and published over 230 papers. Presently he works - besides being a clinician and researcher - as chair for the Swedish Neonatal Quality Register and Consultant for the Swedish Patient Insurance Company.
- Cardiovascular system in pregnant women, newborn infants and children: its structure and function in health and disease
- Developmental origins of health and disease
- Preterm birth: risk factors, interventions and short and long-term outcome
- Perinatal epidemiology
- Patient safety and quality of care
Mikael Norman is the editor of 3 Swedish textbooks in Pediatrics and Neonatology, and author of 24 book chapters. He lectures at all levels.
Founder - together with Drs Stefan Johansson, Haresh Kirpalani (USA), Hesham Abdel-Hady (Egypt), Clyde Wright (USA) - of the International Society of Evidence-Based Neonatology (https://ebneo.org/)
Academic honours, awards and prizes
Swedish Society of Medicine: Regnell´s price 2010 (130 000 SEK) for the manuscript: "Hypertension, Diabetes and Obesity: Looming legacies of the Biafran Famine" by authors: Hult M, Tornhammar P, Ueda P, Chima C, Edstedt Bonamy AK, Ozumba B, Norman M.
Swedish Society of Medicine: Regnell´s price 2014 (130 000 SEK) for the manuscript: "Cesarean section and hematopoietic stem cell epigenetics in the newborn infants - implications for furture health?" by authors: Almgren M, Schlinzig T, Gomez-Cabrero D, Gunnar A, Sundin M, Johansson S, Norman M, Ekström TJ.