UW Research

National Academy of Medicine (formerly Institute of Medicine)

The nation turns to the National Academy of Medicine on matters of biomedical science, medicine, and health. A nonprofit organization specifically created for this purpose as well as an honorific membership organization, the NAM was chartered in 1970 as a component of the National Academy of Sciences.

  • 2017 – Evan E. Eichler, Genome Sciences
  • 2015 – Bonnie W. Ramsey, Pediatrics
  • 2014 – Margaret Heitkemper, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems
  • 2013 – Janis L. Abkowitz, Medicine
  • 2013 – Frederick R. Appelbaum, Medicine
  • 2013 – Bruce M. Psaty, Epidemiology and Health Services
  • 2012 – Chris Elias, Global Health
  • 2012 – Thomas Fleming, Biostatistics and Statistics
  • 2012 – Andy Stergachis, Epidemiology and Global Health
  • 2011 – David L Eaton, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
  • 2008 – Lawrence Corey, Laboratory Medicine and Medicine, Microbiology
  • 2008 – Phyllis Wise, Physiology and Biophysics and Biology (former faculty)
  • 2007 – Wylie Burke, Bioethics and Humanities
  • 2007 – Eric Larson, Medicine
  • 2007 – Christopher J.L. Murray, Global Health
  • 2007 – Edward H. Wagner, Health Services
  • 2006 – Linda B. Buck, Physiology and Biophysics
  • 2006 – Maxine Hayes, Health Services and Pediatrics
  • 2006 – Judith N. Wasserheit, Medicine and Global Health
  • 2005 – Frederick P. Rivara, Pediatrics
  • 2003 – Mark T. Groudine, Radiation Oncology
  • 2003 – Leroy Hood, Genome Sciences, Bioengineering, and Immunology (Affiliate Faculty)
  • 2002 – Bertil Hille, Physiology and Biophysics
  • 2002 – Debra A. Schwinn, Anesthesiology (former faculty)
  • 2001 – Bobbie A. Berkowitz, Nursing (former faculty)
  • 2001 – Daniel Masys, Biomedical and Health Informatics
  • 2001 – Cornelius Rosse, Biological Structure
  • 2001 – Robert Waterston, Genome Sciences
  • 2000 – William A. Catterall, Pharmacology
  • 2000 – Paul G. Ramsey, Medicine
  • 1996 – Alfred O. Berg, Family Medicine
  • 1996 – Marla Salmon, School of Nursing
  • 1995 – Donald L. Patrick, Health Services
  • 1994 – Mickey S. Eisenberg, Medicine
  • 1994 – Dean Jamison, Global Health
  • 1994 – Mary-Claire King, Medicine
  • 1993 – Nancy F. Woods, Nursing and Family Medicine
  • 1992 – Seymour J. Klebanoff, Medicine
  • 1992 – George M. Martin, Pathology
  • 1991 – William R. Hazzard, Medicine
  • 1990 – Joseph Eschbach, Medicine (deceased)
  • 1990 – Ross L. Prentice, Biostatistics
  • 1988 – Noel S. Weiss, Epidemiology
  • 1987 – King K. Holmes, Medicine
  • 1987 – Roger A. Rosenblatt, Family Medicine
  • 1986 – Norman E. Breslow, Biostatistics
  • 1985 – Kathryn E. Barnard, Nursing
  • 1985 – John P. Geyman, Family Medicine
  • 1985 – Thomas F. Hornbein, Anesthesiology, Physiology, and Biophysics
  • 1982 – Albert L. Babb, Nuclear Engineering and Chemical Engineering
  • 1982 – John Chase, Medicine (former faculty)
  • 1981 – J. Thomas Grayston, Epidemiology
  • 1981 – Albert R. Jonsen, Medical History and Ethics
  • 1979 – Alvin J. Thompson, Medicine (former faculty)
  • 1978 – Neil Elgee, Medicine
  • 1978 – Robert L. Van Citters, Medicine, Physiology, and Biophysics (former faculty)
  • 1974 – Maureen M. Henderson, Medicine and Epidemiology
  • 1974 – Arno G. Motulsky, Medicine and Genetics
  • 1974 – Edward B. Perrin, Health Services
  • 1973 – James Haviland, Medicine (deceased)
  • 1973 – Robert G. Petersdorf, Medicine (deceased)
  • 1972 – Rheba de Tornyay, Nursing
  • 1970 – Paul B. Beeson, Medicine (deceased)