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Jennifer Hagman, MD

Associate Professor


Contact Info:

The Children's Hospital  Gary Pavilion Fourth Floor
Email:  Dr. Hagman

Clinical/Research Interests:

My research interest is in eating disorders and child and adolescent psychiatry.

Curriculum Vitae

University of Colorado, Boulder, CO BA 1978-1982

University of Kansas School of Medicine MD 1982-1986

University of California Irvine Post Doctoral Work 1986-1991​

Scholarships and Publications:

1.      Gene expression for glutamic acid decarboxylase is reduced without loss of neurons in prefrontal  cortex of schizophernics.  Akbarian S, Kim JJ, Potkin SG, Hagman JO, Tafazolli A, Bunney WE, Jones, EG.  Arch Gen Psychiatry Vol.. 52 (4): 258-266,  1995.

 

2.      A psychological “sense of control” profile of patients with anorexia and bulimia nervosa Shapiro, D.M., Blinder, B.J., Hagman J., Pituck S.  Psychological Reports, 1993.  531-546.

 

3.      Akbarian, S., Bunney WE Jr., Potkin SG, Potkin, SC, Hagman, JO, Sandman, CS, and Jones, EG: Altered distribution of NADPH – diaphorase cells in frontal lobe of schizophrenics implies disturbances of cortical development.  Archives of General Psychiatry 50 (3) 169-177, 1993.

 

4.      Hagman J, Buchsbaum MD, Wood R, Tallal TP, Flowers L, Katz W, Cerebral brain metabolism in adult dyslexic subjects assessed with positron emission tomography during performance of an auditory task.  Archives of Neurology, 1992;49:734-739.

 

5.      Hagman J, Buchsbaum MS, Wu JC, Rao SJ, Reynolds CA, Blinder, BJ: Comparison of cerebral brain metabolism in bulimia nervosa and major affective disorder.  Journal of Affective Disorders 19:  153 – 162, 1990.

 

6.      Wu JC, Hagman JO, Buchsbaum MS, Blinder BJ, Derfler M, Tai W, Hazlett E:  “Greater left cerebral hemispheric metabolism in bulimia assessed positron emission tomography.  “American Journal of Psychiatry 147:  309 – 312, 1990.

 

7.      Rice DM, Buchsbaum MS, Starr A, Auslander L, Hagman J, Evans WJI: Abnormal EEG slow activity in Left Temporal areas in Senile dementia of the Alzheimer Type.

8.      Journal  of Gerontology 45 (4): 145 – 151, 1990.

 

9.      Hagman J, Line F, Mutalipassi R, Bodfish R:  PRN, who decides?  Hospital and Clinical Psychiatry 41 (5):  567, 1990.

 

10.  Blinder BJ, Hagman J:  “serum salivary isoamylase levels in patients with bulimia”  Hillside Journal of Psychiatry 8 (2):  152 – 163, 1986.

 

11.  Blinder BJ, Chaitin B, Hagman J:  “Two Diagnostic Correlates of Dexamethasone nonsuppression in normal weight bulimia”  Hillside Journal of Psychiatry 9 (2):  211 – 216, 1987.

 

12.  Stafford, B, Hagman J, Dech B.  Psychosocial aspects of pediatrics and child and adolescent psychiatric disorders.  Chapter 6 in Current Pediatric Diagnosis and Treatment.  Hay et al. Editors.  19th, 2009

 

13.  Hagman J and Dech B: Psychosocial aspects of pediatrics and child and adolescent psychiatric disorders.  Chapter 6 in Current Pediatric Diagnosis and Treatment.  Hay et al. Editors.  18th edition  2006

 

14.  Hagman J, Bechtold D:  Psychosocial aspects of pediatrics and child and adolescent psychiatric disorders.  Chapter 6 in Current Pediatric Diagnosis and Treatment.  Hay et al. Editors.  17th edition 2004,  16th edition published 2002, 17th edition, published 2004.


15. Hagman J:  The Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression by Pediatricians.  Adolescent Health Update.  Pediatrics June 2001.


16. Hagman J:  Brain Imaging and Eating Disorders.  Chapter in:  “The Biology of Feast of Famine”Ed.By H. Anderson and S. Kennedy.  Academic Press 1992 , pp 285-297.

 

17.  Goodman S, Blinder BJ, Chaitin BF, Hagman J:  Atypical Eating Disorders.  Chapter in “The eating disorders.”  Ed. By Blinder, Chaitin and Goldstein.  PMA publishing Corp NY, 1988.

 

18.  Johnson CJ, Lewis C, Hagman J:  “The syndrome of bulimia.”  Psychiatric Clinics of North America 7(2):  247 – 273, 1984.

 

Other publications:

Hagman J:  The Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression by Pediatricians.  Adolescent Health Update.  Pediatrics June 2001.

Hagman J:  The Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression by Pediatricians.  Adolescent Health Update.  Pediatrics June 2001.

Balentine J, Hagman J.:  More on Melatonin.  Letter to the Editor, J Am Acad Child &
Adolescent Psychiatry, page 1013, 36:8, 1997
 
Hagman J:  Brain Imaging and Eating Disorders.  Chapter in:  “The Biology of Feast of Famine” Ed.By H. Anderson and S. Kennedy.  Academic Press 1992 , pp 285-297.

Goodman S, Blinder BJ, Chaitin BF, Hagman J:  Atypical Eating Disorders.  Chapter in “The eating disorders.”  Ed. By Blinder, Chaitin and Goldstein.  PMA publishing Corp NY, 1988.

 

Scientific Abstracts:

Competitive:

19.  A double-blind, placebo controlled study of risperidone for the treatment of anorexia nervosa.  American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Poster Presentation:  Honolulu Hawaii, October, 2009

 

20.  Frank, GKW, Jappe LM, Shott M, Hagman J, Pryor T (2008) Taste reward and monetary reward learning and brain response in underweight subjects with AN.  Poster at DPRG bi-annual meeting, Estes Park CO 2008

21.  Frank, GKW, Kazulouski D, Rollin M, Jappe LM, Hagman J:  Altered Brain White matter integrity in AN.  Poster session presented at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Honolulu Hawaii 2009.

22.  Validation of the Ease of Eating Scale.  Poster Presentation at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, San Diego, California October 2006

 

23.  Validation of the Ease of Eating Scale for Anorexia Nervosa.  Poster Presentation at the Academy of Eating Disorders, Barcelona Spain June 2006

 

24.  Incidence of Self-Injurious Behavior in Eating Disorder Patients, Poster, AED annual meeting, Denver Colorado, May 2003 (Robinson, Jackson, Hagman)

 

Grants and Contracts:

Recently completed a double blind study which was funded through the CTRC and an investigator – Initiated grant from Ortho-McNeil Janssen Scientific Division, and a small grant from DPEF.  Funding included part time salary for a PRA for 3 years, but no funding for the PI (Hagman)