About Tan Lam

(Read Tan’s short unedited work-in-progress graphic memoir)

My name is Tan Lam, and I am the administrator at Seattle Mini Medical School (SMMS). I am very eager to begin the new journey at SMMS and become a part of the education community supporting students and families, through quality education that focus on STEM, Medicine, and Medical Mission.

I have always wanted to become a teacher or doctor. So why did I choose to become a teacher? As a former refugee, my high school teachers and college professors went the extra mile to help me through high school and college. To be a teacher, which is, in my opinion, is one the best ways to honor God, to repay my debt to America, and to show respect to my teachers. Finally, I want to help students who are “average” or at-risk, like I was to succeed in school and be admitted to some of the nation’s most prestigious colleges.

I want to thank you for allowing us to be an important part of your child’s life. You are the most important person in the education of your child. It is critical that we work together to ensure their success and communicate how best to combine our efforts. I look forward to meeting you and talking about your student’s success.

Degrees and Certification

Tan Lam Certfication

Medical Publications

1. Durwood Barber Ray, Ph.D., Gerald A Merrill, Ph.D., Frederic J Brenner, Ph.D., Laurie S Lytle, Tan Lam, et al “T24 HRAS Transformed NIH/3T3 Mouse Cells (GhrasT-NIH/3T3) in Serial Tumorigenic Passages Give Rise to Increasingly Aggressive Tumorigenic Cell Lines T1-A and T2-A and Metastatic Cell Lines T3-HA and T4-PA.” Experimental Cell Research 340, 1-11, Jan 1, 2016. Download Full Article.

2. Tan M. Lam, Michael A. Coppola, Rendall R. Strawbridge and William R. Green. “Recognition of Endogenous Ecotropic Murine Leukemia Viruses by Anti-AKR/Gross Virus CTL.” J. of General Virology 76, 635-641, 1995. Download a full publication

3. Hillary D. White, Douglas A. Roeder, Tan M. Lam, and William R. Green. “Major and Minor Kb-Restricted Epitopes Encoded by the Endogenous Ecotropic Murine Leukemia Virus AKR623 That Are Recognized by Anti-AKR/Gross Virus CTL.” Viral Immunology 7, 51-59, 1994. Download Full Article

4. David A. Schwartz, Janet E. Buhmann, M. R. Kuhne, Tan M. Lam, H. D. White, and William R. Green. “Novel Regulation of an MHC Class I Gene Response to gamma Interferon. Cellular Immunology 150, 90-100, 1993. Download Full Article

5. Carpenter, Nancy J., Swart-Boyd, Jennifer, Prichard, Jane K., Lam, Tan M. “Linkage and risk assessment in fragile X families using new DNA probes at Xq27.” American Journal of Medical Genetics 43, 312-319, 1992. Download Full Article

6. Ray, D. B., Lam, T. M. and Jones, D. H. “Lactate Formation and Mitochondrial DNA Structure in Mouse Cells Progressing to Malignancy.” Federation Proceedings, 48 (1990) 763A. Download Abstract

7. Tan M. Lam and William R. Green. “Study of Cytolytic T-Lymphocyte (CTL) Response To Endogenous Ecotropic Murine Leukemia Viruses (Emvs).” New England Immunology Conference 18(1992) 8A.

8. H. D. White, M. A. Coppola, T. Lam, and W. R. Green. “Specificity of CTLs to AKR/Gross Murine Leukemia Virus: A Dominant Epitope Encoded by the Transmembrane p15(E) Viral Gene.” Workshop on Pathogenesis by Non-Acute Retroviruses, Newport Beach, California, 1993.

Contact Us

Email is the preferred method for initial contact. I am also a teacher. I do not answer phone during school hours. Thank you for your understanding and consideration.

Tan M Lam
P.O. Box 974
Seahurst, WA 98062
tanlam@minimedicalschool.org

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