Thomas Phan is the West Gulf Coast Regional Laboratory Manager for Bureau Veritas Inspectorate, an inspection and testing organization for commodities industry. With more than 18 years of experience, Thomas has become an authority in his field.
Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in mental health. They may treat their patients through psychotherapy or talk therapy sessions, as well as by prescribing antidepressants, antipsychotic mediations, mood stabilizers and sedatives as necessary.
Early Life and Education
Thomas was raised in Pakse, Laos where he gained an appreciation of family and education, which would serve him throughout his life in giving his own children access to American opportunities.
He taught at both university levels and wrote several books on avant-garde art movements in Europe and Asia, such as dada studies. One book of his was translated into Chinese. Additionally, he contributed articles for various journals in his field.
As an employee at the university, he found comfort in his faith and friendships among both students and staff members. He became particularly close with Campus Ministry team and served as president of ASIA Club last year; additionally he is part of Undergraduate Student Government (USG), having contributed several journal articles over time.
Thomas Phan serves as West Gulf Coast Regional Laboratory Manager of Bureau Veritas Inspectorate. In this position, he oversees the growth of business for inspection and testing company in this region with over 18 years of experience.
Erich holds both a PhD in Philosophy and MFA in Art History. Currently, he is working on two long-term research projects: Decolonizing the European Avant-Garde and Dada Studies as Countercultural Practice.
Phan’s MMA career wasn’t always smooth sailing and ultimately came to an abrupt halt after an unfortunate bout with eventual champion Mike Brown. Phan believes in fate’s hand in everything that happens and has the stubbornness necessary to continue fighting where many might give up.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas has received the Latinx Student Success Office certificate of appreciation for his commitment and service to Cornell. Additionally, he earned department teaching awards. Thomas worked on various UTSW psychiatry programs while organizing their social media account; additionally he provided mentorship committee support.
He is the author and editor of several books, with “Theology Without Borders” offering essays covering world Christianity and migration, religious pluralism, Christian identity formation, interreligious dialogue and eschatology among other topics.
Thomas has distinguished himself at Davidson by exhibiting a great passion for learning and discovery, receiving recognition by the Biology Department for both academic achievements as well as his contributions to school life through research projects, BioSociety membership and TriBeta membership, classroom commitments and participation.
Thomas Phan is married to Jessica and the proud parent of three children. Currently living in Edmonds, Washington with his family, Thomas enjoys traveling and surfing as hobbies in his free time as well as volunteer work in Cambodia and Vietnam.
Dr. Thomas Phan, MD specializes in physical medicine & rehabilitation in Hanover, MD with over 39 years of experience. He graduated from University Of Maryland At Baltimore. Additionally, Dr. Phan accepts multiple insurance plans.
His current practice can be found at 7467 Ridge Rd Ste 140 in Hanover, MD and has an emphasis on holistic evidence-based treatment of patients. He understands that treatment decisions often a joint effort between doctor and patient and communicates well with his clients while being an excellent teacher/educator of his patients.
Hartcourt believed Chinese technology offered great promise during the heady days of the dot-com bubble, and as a result entered into several investment agreements with companies there that required it to pay them several millions over time.
But the district court failed to take into account key statements in Phan and Yang’s declarations which altered this transaction by creating an obligation for Wu to reimburse Hartcourt for its shares; such an oversight cannot justify disregarding these statements when analyzing Phan’s liability under Section 5 for reselling Hartcourt stock.
Phan’s arguments that we should overturn the district court’s evidentiary rulings have no merit and are, to put it mildly, borderline frivolous.