Pryam was born in Beauport, Quebec. She moved to Ontario with her family at the age of 2 and grew up in Brampton, Ontario. She attended the University of Toronto where she obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacology in 1997 and a Master of Science degree in Pharmacology in 2000.
While pursuing her Master of Science degree, Pryam presented her research at various international conferences. She also published several articles in relation to her research:
- Xiangqian Qi, Pryamvada Varma, David Newman, Paul Dorian. Gap junction blockers decrease defibrillation thresholds without changes in ventricular refractoriness in isolated rabbit hearts. Circulation, 2001; 104: 1544-1549
- Xiangqian Qi, Pryam Varma, David Newman, Nikolaos Mamalias, and Paul Dorian. Terikalant and barium decrease the area of vulnerability to ventricular fibrillation induction by T-wave shocks. Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, 2002 Feb; 39(2): 242-250
- Pryamvada Varma, Xiangqian Qi, David Newman and Paul Dorian. Combination of IK1 and IKr channel blockade: no additive lowering of the defibrillation threshold. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 2002; 80: 22-30
While writing her Master of Science thesis, Pryam had the opportunity to teach full-time from February 2000 – June 2000 at Notre Dame Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario – teaching Grade 9 General Science, Grade 10 Keyboarding and Grade 11 Advanced Biology.
Pryam went on to study law in the French Common Law Program at the University of Ottawa in 2001. During the summer after her first year of law school, Pryam worked as a summer law student at Marusyk Miller Swain LLP / MBM Intellectual Property Law, a boutique intellectual property firm in the Nation’s Capital.
Pryam obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree in 2004 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005. She completed her articles and worked as an Associate Lawyer at The Morris Law Group in Hamilton before joining Flaherty Sloan Hatfield in 2010.
Pryam enjoys working in the field of personal injury as it allows her to combine her love for the medical sciences and the law in her practice. When not at the office, Pryam enjoys spending time with her two children.