Norman has had an interest in sleep disorders from very early in his
professional career, when he recognized how much of an impact good sleep
can make on a person's physical and mental health.
graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a bachelor of science
degree in Neuroscience. He then attended UC Irvine College of Medicine,
where his academic excellence was recognized by his election to Alpha Omega
Alpha and the National Dean's List. After residency training in Internal
Medicine, he completed a dedicated fellowship in Sleep Medicine, both at
Harvard School of Medicine's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He then
completed an additional fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
at UC San Diego Medical Center before returning home to Los Angeles to
start clinical practice in Sleep Medicine.
Norman is board certified in Sleep Medicine, Pulmonary
Disease, and Critical Care Medicine. He has maintained his academic
credentials by participating in numerous research studies, lecturing at
UCLA, and authoring over 18 abstracts, book chapters, and scientific
articles in peer review journals.