Ny-Ying Lam, MD
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Bio: NY-YING LAM

Ny-Ying Lam, MD

1959 NE Pacific St

Seattle, WA 98105

nlam2@uw.edu

 

EDUCATION

7/2012-6/2015              Residency: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Northwestern University McGaw School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

7/2011-6/2012                            Internship: Internal Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

8/2007-5/2011                            Doctor of Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA

8/2003 – 5/2007              Bachelor of Science, Bioengineering, Rice University, Houston, TX

 

FACULTY or HOSPITAL POSITIONS HELD:

Nov 2015 – Present               Acting Assistant Professor, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA

 

BOARD CERTIFICATION:

7/1/16              Board certified, American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,

Certificate #11959                                                       

CURRENT LICENSES:

2015 – Present                            Washington State Department of Health, License #MD 60558823

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

2017 – Present                            International Brain Injury Association             

2012 – Present                             American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation              

2012 Present                            Association of Academic Physiatrists                                                        

 

EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

2016 – Present                            Ad hoc abstract reviewer, 2017 AAP Annual Meeting

2016 – Present                            Ad hoc abstract reviewer, 2016, 2017 AAPM&R Annual Assembly

2015 – Present                            Ad hoc reviewer, American Journal of PM&R

2015 – Present                            Ad hoc abstract reviewer, International stroke conference (2015, 2016)

2012 – 2015                            Contributing Editor, Rehab in Review

 

SPECIAL LOCAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

2016 – Present                            Member, Clinical competency committee for residency program

2016 – 2017                            Co-Chair, UW PM&R Review Course

2015 – Present                            Member, Long length of stay committee, UW Medical Center

2015 – 2016                            Stroke module course director, PM&R Review Course             

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Manuscripts:

Lam N, McNalley TE. Post-Polio Syndrome, Implications for Geriatric Care. Curr Geri Rep.Published Online 13 Feb 2017. DOI 10.1007/s13670-017-0194-0

 

Chapters:

Rehabilitation of Root and Plexus Lesions. Mitra’s McGraw Hill PM&R Textbook. In review.

 

Manuscripts submitted:

Lam N, Camacho-Soto A, Maneyapanda M, Chau A, Grafman J. Family expectations of recovery during rehabilitation after brain damage. Brain Injury. In submission.

 

Abstracts:

Lam N, Marciniak CM. Déjà vu as a side effect of intrathecal baclofen administration: A case report. PM&R. 2013. 5(9S): S245.

 

PRESENTATIONS:

National Presentations:

              Stroke: Acute and Rehabilitative Management                                                                                    Mar 18, 2016

              Oral presentation, UW Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Review Course

 

Cancer Rehabilitation                                                                                                                              Mar 13, 2016

              Oral presentation, UW Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Review Course

 

Expectations of Recovery after Brain Damage: a Pilot Study                                                        Mar 12, 2015

Oral research presentation, AAP Annual Meeting; San Antonio, TX             

 

Can Genetic Markers Predict Gait Speed in Patients with TBI?                                                        Mar 13, 2015

Poster presentation, AAP Annual Meeting; San Antonio, TX

 

Déjà vu as a side effect of Intrathecal Baclofen: a Case Report                                                        Oct 5, 2013

Poster presentation, AAPM&R National Assembly; Washington, DC                                                       

             

              Delayed Diagnosis in a Delayed Drug Reaction: A Case of DRESS Syndrome                            May 5, 2011

Oral case presentation, Society for General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting; Phoenix, AZ             

 

             

TEACHING

              Evaluation of weakness lecture, 2015

Developed for medical school curriculum in Burundi

              General consultation service rotation curriculum, 2015 - present

Clinical teaching and curriculum development for consult clinical rotation

              Rehab consultations and inpatient rehabilitation: a review, May 10, 2016

                            In-service presentation to all acute care therapy staff              

ICU rehabilitation and early mobilization, June 14, 2016

              In service presentation to acute care therapy staff             

Neuro-rehabilitation course faculty member, Fall 2016

              Small group leader and mediator

              Traumatic Brain Injury, Nov 1, 2016

                            Developed TBI reading curriculum, quiz, and teaching module for medical students

 

CONFERENCES & COURSES ATTENDED

Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV; Feb 2017

Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting. Sacramento, CA; Feb 2016

Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX; Mar 2015

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Course for Physiatry Residents. Chicago, IL; Jun 2014

American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Annual Assembly. Washington, DC; Oct 2013

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment for the Lower Body Workshop. Chicago, IL; Mar 2013

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment for the Spine Workshop. Chicago, IL; Feb 2013

RIC Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course. Chicago, IL; Sep 2012

Society for General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ; May 2011