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Tomiki Sumiyoshi

psychiatrist , researcher

Tomiki Sumiyoshi, Japanese psychiatrist, researcher. Medical diplomate.


Sumiyoshi, Tomiki was born on December 18, 1964 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Hiroshi and Fusako (Naganuma) Sumiyoshi.


Bachelor of Medicine, Kanazawa University, Japan, 1989. Doctor of Medicine, Kanazawa University, Japan, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy, Kanazawa University, Japan, 1993.


Resident Fukui Prefectural Psychiatric Hospital, Japan, 1990. Ward administrator, director neurochemistry research Kanazawa University Hospital, Japan, 1991—1993. Research associate department psychiatry Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1993-1995.

Assistant professor department psychiatry, director psychopharmacology research Saitama Medical School, Japan, 1995—1996. Assistant professor department neuropsychiatry, director neurochemistry research Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Japan, 1996—2000. Associate professor department neuropsychiatry University Toyama, Graduate School Medicine and Pharmaceutical Science, since 2000.

Appointed psychiatrist Health and Welfare Ministry Japan, since 1996. Certified doctor Japanese Society Clinical Neuropsychopharmacology, since 2005, Japanese Society Psychiatry and Neurology, since 2007. Visiting professor department psychiatry Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 2000—2002.

Research board advisory American Biographical Institute, Inc., since 2005. Consultant in field.


  • Medical diplomate.


  • Author: Clinical Perspective of the New Antipsychotic Drugs, 2001, Relapse in Schizophrenia, 2002. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Republican athlete The National Athletic Meeting, Hachinohe, Japan, 1993. Member TIME Opinion Leader's Panel, since 2007. Member Society Neurosci., New York Academy of Sciences, World Federation Societies Biological Psychiatry, College International Neuropsychopharmacologicum, Schizophrenia International Research Society, Japanese Society Psychiatry and Neurology, Japanese Society Biological Psychiatry, Japanese Society Neuropsychopharmacology, Japanese Society Clinical Neuropsychopharmacology, Japanese Society for Brain Sciences, Japanese Society Clinical Neurophysiology, Japan Society Psychiatric Diagnosis, Japanese Society Prevention in Psychiatric Disorders, Japanese Society Schizophrenia Research.


  • Other Interests

    Foreign languages, classical music, figure skating, foreign travel.


Married Sawako Suemasa, April 4, 1993.

Hiroshi Sumiyoshi

Fusako (Naganuma) Sumiyoshi

Sawako Suemasa