Thomas Soeprono, MD

Personal Statement

​I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington Medical Center. In addition to general psychiatry, I am an expert in Consultation Liaison Psychiatry. My primary clinical roles are in the inpatient psychiatry consultation service at the University of Washington Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center.

I earned my bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and his M.D. from Loma Linda University in California. I first came to the UW as a psychiatry resident, and then continued on for my fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine. ​ 

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

The Educational Value of Outpatient Consultation-Liaison Rotations: A White Paper From the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Residency Education Subcommittee.
(2020 May 19)
Zimbrean PC, Ernst CL, Forray A, Beach SR, Lavakumar M, Siegel AM, Soeprono T, Schwartz AC

Medical student mistreatment: understanding 'public humiliation'.
(2019 Dec)
Med Educ Online 24(1): 1615367
Markman JD, Soeprono TM, Combs HL, Cosgrove EM

Continuing the Quiet Revolution: Developing Introverted Leaders in Academic Psychiatry.
(2019 Oct)
Acad Psychiatry 43(5): 516-520
Lebin LG, Riddle M, Chang S, Soeprono T

Practical Interventions to Enhance Resident Ownership of Patient Care.
(2018 Apr)
Acad Psychiatry 42(2): 222-227
Soeprono T, Markman J, Grodesky M, Cowley D

Proteomic analysis of eccrine sweat: implications for the discovery of schizophrenia biomarker proteins.
(2012 Apr 6)
J Proteome Res 11(4): 2127-39
Raiszadeh MM, Ross MM, Russo PS, Schaepper MA, Zhou W, Deng J, Ng D, Dickson A, Dickson C, Strom M, Osorio C, Soeprono T, Wulfkuhle JD, Petricoin EF, Liotta LA, Kirsch WM

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