Daren Beam, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and
Cellular and Integrative Physiology
Assistant Director of Emergency Research
Office Location & Contact
Indiana University School of Medicine
Fellowship, Research, 2014
Carolinas Medical Center
Residency, Emergency Medicine, 2012
Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
MD, Class of 2009
University of North Carolina-Charlotte
I am originally from North Carolina and spent much of my life there before moving to be the first research fellow here in Indiana. I have pretty diverse interests and try to tinker in multiple different facets of life. When I have time, I enjoy music, running, brewing beer, cooking and doing small remodeling projects around the house. Most of the time outside of work I try to devout to spending time with my wife, Kristin, and two boys, William and Nicholas.
For the last decade my research has focused on pulmonary embolism. I am specifically interested in risk stratification and developing new treatments for pulmonary embolism. My current project focuses on a new novel plasmin deriviative which is being tested in a large animal model. The hope is to achieve greater resolution of clot burden, quicker and safer than current therapeutic options.