Dr. Tamm completed his undergraduate degree (2010), medical degree with special training in research (2011) and residency programs in both radiology (FRCPC, 2016) and nuclear medicine (FRCPC, 2018) at the University of Alberta. He is practicing as a combined nuclear medicine physician and radiologist and is the program director for the combined nuclear medicine and radiology residency program at the University of Alberta.
Brisson M, Brodeur C, Letourneau-Guillon L, Masellis M, Stoessl J, Tamm A, Zukotynski K, Ismail Z, Gauthier S, Rosa-Neto P, Soucy, JP (2020). CCCDTD5: Clinical role for neuroimaging and liquid biomarkers in patients with cognitive impairment. Alzheimer’s & Dementia 6:e12098. https://doi.org/10.1002/trc2/12098.
Fasano A, Gnanakumar R, Rigby H, Ross A, Soucy JP, Tamm A (2020). CANM guidelines for imaging of the dopamine transport system in evaluation of movement disorders. Le Patient 14(1): 24-32.
Tamm A & Abele J (2017). Bone/gallium SPECT-CT is equivalent to MRI in the diagnosis of infectious spondylodiscitis: a retrospective study. Canadian Association of Radiology Journal 68(1): 41-6.
Tamm AS, McCourt R, Gould B, Kate M, Kosior JC, Jeerakathil T, Gioia LC, Dowlatshahi D, Hill MD, Coutts SB, Demchuk AM, Buck BH, Emery DJ, Shuaib A, Butcher KS; ICH ADAPT Investigators (2016). Cerebral perfusion pressure is maintained in acute intracerebral hemorrhage: a CT perfusion study. American Journal of Neuroradiology 37(2): 244-51.
Tamm A, Jeffery C, Ansari K, and Naik S (2015). Acute prevertebral calcific tendinitis. Journal of Radiology Case Reports 9(11): 1-5.
Tamm A, Siddiqui M, Ashfaq S, Butcher K, Jassal R, Muratoglu M, and Buck B (2014) The impact of stroke unit care on patient outcomes in a community hospital. Stroke 45(1): 211-6.
Doucette-Preville S, Tamm AS, Khetani J, Wright E, Emery D (2014). Maxillary air cyst. Journal of Radiology Case Reports 7(12): 10-15.
Tamm AS, Decker M, Kuruvilla M, Hoskinson M, Patel V (2013) Intrahepatic splenosis. Clinical Nuclear Medicine 40(5):453-4.
Tamm AS, Lagerquist O, Ley AL, and Collins DF (2009) Chronotype influences diurnal variations in the excitability of the human motor cortex and the ability to generate torque during a maximum voluntary contraction. Journal of Biological Rhythms 24: 211-224.