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Hoop JG. Hidden ethical dilemmas in psychiatric residency training: the psychiatry resident as dual agent. Academic Psychiatry 2004; 28:183-189 (PMID: 15507552).
Hoop JG, LW Roberts, KA Green Hammond, NJ Cox. Psychiatrists’ attitudes regarding genetic testing and patient safeguards: a preliminary study. Genetic Testing 2008 Jun;12 (2):245-252 (PMID: 18452395).
Hoop JG, Roberts LW, Green Hammond KA, Cox NJ. Psychiatrists’ attitudes, knowledge, and experience regarding genetics: a preliminary study. Genetics in Medicine 2008; 10(6):439-449 (PMID: 18496226).
Hoop JG. Ethical considerations in psychiatric genetics. Harvard Review of Psychiatry November 2008; 16(6):322-338 (PMID: 19085387).
Hoop JG, DiPasquale T, Hernandez J, Roberts LW. Ethics and culture in mental health care. Ethics and Behavior 2008; 18(4):353-372.
Hoop JG,Spellecy R. Philosophical and ethical issues at the forefront of neuroscience and genetics: an overview for psychiatrists. Psychiatric Clinics of North America. June 2009; 32(2) (PMID: 19486810).
Hoop JG, Lapid M, Paulson R, Roberts LW. Clinical and ethical considerations in pharmacogenetic testing: views of physicians in three "early adopting" departments of psychiatry. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (in press; e-published ahead of print).
Hoop JG, G Savla, LW Roberts, S Zisook, L Dunn. The Current State of Genetics Training in Psychiatric Residency: Views of 235 U.S. Educators and Trainees. Academic Psychiatry 2010; 34:109-114.
Dunn, L B, Holtzheimer, PE, Hoop, JG, Mayberg, HS, Roberts, LW, Appelbaum, PS. (2011) "Ethical issues in deep brain stimulation research for treatment-resistant depression: Focus on risk and consent." AJOB Neuroscience, 2: 1, 29 -36.
DuBois J, BaileyBurch B, Bustillos D, Campbell J, Cottler L, Fisher C, Hadley W, Hoop J,Reviewing the ethical, regulatory, and scientific case for engaging communities in mental health and drug addiction research." Current Opinions in Psychiatry (in Press).
Jinger G. Hoop, MD, MFA
Visiting Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Director, Research Ethics Consultation Service, Center for Clinical Translational Science
Dr. Hoop is a board-certified psychiatrist with fellowship training in psychiatric genetics and medical ethics. She is an attending psychiatrist in UIC’s Psychiatric Intake Clinic and Mood and Anxiety Disorders Clinic. She is also the Director of the UIC Research Ethics Consultation Service, which provides ethics consultations to UIC researchers, IRB members, and research participants.
Ethical issues in clinical medicine and in medical research, psychiatric genetics, pharmacogenomics