Margaret D. Eugenio
Clinical Assistant Professor
Division of Gastroenterology

Faculty Information


Margaret Eugenio, M.D., is a board certified physician at the Endoscopy Suite at Harborview, the Digestive Health Center at UW Medical Center and the Gastroenterology Clinic at Eastside Specialty Center. She is also a UW associate professor of Gastroenterology and Medicine.

Dr. Eugenio strives to develop working and healing relationships with her patients.

Dr. Eugenio earned her M.D. at the Medical College of Georgia. She is board certified in both Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. Her clinical and research interests include functional GI Disease, GI Motility, Esophageal Motility, Pelvic Floor dysfunction.

Board Certifications:

  • Gastroenterology, 2012, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine, 2008, American Board of Internal Medicine
Education & Training: 
Fellowship in Gastroenterology
University of Washington
Teaching Appointment
Veteran's Admin Medical Center
Residency in Internal Medicine
University of Washington
Internship in Internal Medicine
University of Washington
Medical Education
Medical College of Georgia
Other Eduction
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Research & Clinical Interests
Clinical Interests: 
  • Gastroenterology (Digestive)
  • Internal Medicine
Hall CA., Eugenio M., and Damian RT. “Schistosoma mansoni: antigen-presenting cells
Holt GE., Eugenio M., Ralph D., Benditt J. “The Effect of Carbamoyl Phosphate Synthetase Deficiency on Pulmonary Artery Pressures and Partial Reversal Through Repletion of Depleted Amino Acids Necessary for Nitric Oxide Production.” Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2010; 181:A4868. [original work]
*Eugenio M., Yun S., Cain KC., Jarrett M. and Heitkemper M. “Comprehensive Self-Management Reduces the Negative Impact of Irritable Bowel Syndrome Symptoms on Sexual Functioning.” Digestive Diseases and Sciences 2012; 57:1636-1646. [original work]
*Reding KW, Cain KC, Jarrett ME, Eugenio MD, Heitkemper MM. “Relationship between patterns of alcohol consumption and gastrointestinal symptoms among patients with irritable bowel syndrome.” Am J Gastro 2013; 108(2):270-6. [original work]