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Curriculum Vitae
Jason Glen Roof, M.D.
Associate Clinical Professor
Division of Psychiatry and the Law
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
University of California, Davis Medical Center
2230 Stockton Blvd, 2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95817
Ph: 916-734-0870 Fax: 916-703-5261 E-mail: [email protected]
Board Certification
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General Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2009
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Added Qualifications in Forensic Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and
Neurology, 2009
Medical and Psychiatric Training
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Bachelor of Science in Biology with Honors, The University of North Texas at
Denton, Honors Core, 1998
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Doctor of Medicine, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 2003
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Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences internship and residency training program, The
University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 2003 – 2007
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Forensic Psychiatry fellowship, University of California, Davis Medical Center, 2007
– 2008
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Mini-Fellowship in Geriatric Medical Education and Career Development, Mount
Sinai School of Medicine, 2012
Work Experience
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Staff Physician and Chief Moonlighting Physician, West Oaks Hospital, Houston,
Texas, 2005 – 2007
o Duties include creation and coverage of moonlighting schedule, assessment of
children, adolescent and adult psychiatric patients for treatment of psychiatric
illness in a 150 bed psychiatric hospital.
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Staff Physician, Intracare Houston and Intracare North Hospitals, Houston, Texas,
2005 – 2007
o Duties include assessment of children, adolescents and adult psychiatric
patients for treatment of psychiatric illness in two facilities totaling 200 beds.
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Staff Physician, Cypress Creek Hospital, Houston, Texas, 2005 – 2007
o Duties include assessment of children, adolescents and adults psychiatric
patients for treatment of psychiatric illness in a 100 bed psychiatric hospital
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California Superior Court Expert Panel, 2007 – current
o Duties include performing sanity evaluations, competency to stand trial
evaluations, diagnostic evaluations, sexual offender evaluations/ risk of
recidivism and disposition evaluations of adults and adolescents
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Forensic Psychiatry Consultant, Napa State Hospital, Napa, California, 2007 – 2008
o Duties include competency to stand trial evaluations, dangerousness
assessments
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Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Psychiatry and the Law, Department of
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Davis Medical Center,
July 2008 – June 2014
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Associate Clinical Professor, Division of Psychiatry and the Law, Department of
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Davis Medical Center,
July 2014 - current
o UC Davis Resident Physician and Medical Student Site Director for
Sacramento County Jail Psychiatric Services
o Teaching Attending Physician for Inpatient and Outpatient Services,
Sacramento County Jail Psychiatric Services
o Physician, Sacramento County Jail Psychiatric Services
o Physician, UC Davis Telepsychiatry Clinic 2009 – current
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Website Editor, American Association of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL.org), 2013current
Medical Licensure
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California Medical Licensure, 2007 - present
Volunteer Experience
Medical School
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Participated in anti-smoking campaign “Tar Wars”, Harris County Elementary
Schools during medical school
Various volunteer activities in Texas Medical Association and/American Medical
Association during medical school, including community health fair
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Residency
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Participated in the Interprofessional Drug Education Alliance (IDEA) Program
(Harris County Medical Society’s and the Houston Bar Association’s anti-drug
education program) by speaking to elementary students
Publications
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“Geriatric Offenders,” in Handbook of Correctional Mental Health, 2nd Edition,
American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 2009
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“Modern Brain Imaging Techniques in the Legal System: Is the Lesion the Reason?”
in Prosecutor’s Brief published by the California District Attorneys Association, 2011
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“Testamentary Capacity and Guardianship Assessments,” in Psychiatric Clinics of
North America, 2012
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“Delirium,” Board review training audio lecture series, Audio-Digest Foundation
Board review lecture series, 2013
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“Infections of the Central Nervous System,” Audio-Digest Foundation Board review
lecture series, 2013
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“Treating patients in a forensic setting,” from the Audio-Digest Foundation lecture
series “When the Patient Is a Criminal,” 2014
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“Mental Health Care in Correctional Environments,” A six part series for Sacramento
County Jail Psychiatric Services Newsletter, 2014 - 2015
Presentations
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“Medical School and the Health Professions”, annual guest speaker for AVID (a
college preparatory course for non-traditional, college-bound students) lecture series,
at High Tower High School in Sugar Land, Texas, 2002 – 2005
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“Borderline Personality Disorder: Treatment Issues”, Multidisciplinary Case
Conference Presentation, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, 2006
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“Cults and Forensic Psychiatry: Unraveling Ties That Bind,” Workshop at the
American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting, 2007
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“Assessment of Dangerousness, From Risk to Recovery,” Presentation to Nursing
Staff at Napa State Hospital, 2008
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“The Geriatric Offender,” Presentation to clinicians and law enforcement officials at
the Sacramento County Main Jail, 2008
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“Paraphilias,” Annual lecture for UC Davis Department of Psychiatry PGY-4
residents as part of the “Gender and Sexuality Seminar” series, 2008 to current
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“History of the Insanity Defense,” Annual lecture for UC Davis Division of Law and
Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents, 2008 to current
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“Simulated Hallucinations in an Interactive Environment using Lecture and Dialogue
(S.H.I.E.L.D.),” Poster presentation at American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
National Meeting, 2008
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“Computers and Technology in Forensic Psychiatry: Computers and Forensic
Psychiatry,” Presented S.H.I.E.L.D. during workshop at the American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting, 2008
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“Assessing Dangerousness,” Presented bi-monthly for UC Davis psychiatry medical
student clerkship, 2009 to current
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“Dementia and Delirium,” Presented bi-monthly for UC Davis psychiatry medical
student clerkship, 2009 to current
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“Forensic Psychiatry for Lawyers,” Presented to Judge Advocate General Corps
during Trial Counsel Assistance Program (TCAP), Heidelberg, Germany, 2009
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“Somatoform Disorders, Impulse Disorders, Paraphilias,” for the American Board of
Psychiatry and Neurology Board review course presented at the national meeting of
the American Psychiatric Association, 2009 and again presented at the 2011 national
meeting
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“Internet Addiction,” for the national meeting of the American Psychiatric
Association, 2009
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“The Mentally Ill Client,” Presented to state-wide Alaskan civil and criminal lawyers,
Anchorage, Alaska, 2009
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“Hypnosis and Eyewitness Testimony,” Annual lecture for UC Davis Division of
Law and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents, 2009 to current
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Seminar leader and lecturer for annual “Legal Issues for General Psychiatrists”
includes the presentation of the following lectures for UC Davis PGY-1 residents:
“Psychiatric Malpractice, Risk Management, and Boundary Issues,” “The Assessment
and Management of Suicide Risk,” “Informed Consent and Psychotropic
Medications,” “Assessing the Capacity to Consent to Medical Treatment,” “The
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Tarasoff Statute,” “The Assessment and Management of Dangerous Patients,”
“Confidentiality,” “Privilege,” “Malingering” and “Physician Privacy on the Internet”
2009 to current
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Seminar leader and lecturer for annual “Advanced Legal Issues for General
Psychiatrists” includes the presentation of the following lectures for UC Davis PGY-4
and 5 psychiatric residents: “Litigation and the Mental Health Professional,”
“Creating a CV,” “Malpractice Overview” and “Malpractice Mock Trial” 2013 to
current
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“Computers and Technology in Forensic Psychiatry,” Presented information on recent
technology, software and handheld devices at American Academy of Psychiatry and
the Law National Meeting, 2009
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“Working With A Forensic Evaluator: Documentary Needs and Concerns” presented
to Sacramento County Federal Public Defenders, 2010
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“Geriatric Offenders,” UC Davis Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds,
2010
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“Criminal Behavior and Blackouts: Madness, Malingering, or Memory Loss?”
Presented at the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting,
2010
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“Medical Students Behind Bars: Psychiatric Training in a Jail Setting” Poster
presented at the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting,
2010
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“Civil Commitment and Right to Refuse,” Annual lecture for UC Davis Division of
Law and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents, 2010 to current
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“Forensic Psychiatric Evaluations of Amnesia and Dissociation,” Annual lecture for
UC Davis Division of Law and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents, 2010 to
current
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“Going to Trial With a Forced Smile (Competence to Stand Trial, Involuntary
Medications),” Presented to state-wide Alaskan civil and criminal lawyers, Girdwood,
Alaska, 2011
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“Coping with Patient Violence,” Presented to UC Davis resident physicians, 2011
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“The Range of Criminal Competencies from Confession to Execution,” Annual
lecture for UC Davis Division of Law and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents,
2011 to current
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“Child Sex Tourism: Extending the Borders of Sexual Offender Legislation. Forensic
Evaluations and Legal Challenges Pertaining to Child Sex Tourism” for the national
meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, 2011
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“Civil ‘Harassments’ Lawsuits: Bullies, Bosses and Bigots. Intentional Infliction of
Emotional Distress: Evaluation and Limitations” Presented at the American
Academy of Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting, 2011
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UC Davis Psychiatric Intern Physician Orientation Workshop “Capacity
Assessments” and “Considerations in Violence Risk Assessment,” Annual lecture for
psychiatric interns, 2011 to current
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Webinar series leader and lecturer for the California District Attorneys Association’s
(CDAA) training series on mental illness, lectures included “The Mentally Ill
Offender,” “Substance Use and Crime,” and “Assessment of Dangerousness” and
“Paraphilias” 2011-2013
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“Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Cognitive Disorders,” Annual lecture for UC
Davis Division of Law and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents, 2011 to current
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“Inmate Suicide,” lecture for Sacramento County Jail Psychiatric and Medical
Services, 2012
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“Anxiety Disorders,” lecture presented to UC Davis PGY-3 psychiatric residents,
2013
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“Treatment of Psychiatric Patients in A Forensic Setting: Systemic Boundaries and
Ethical Issues,” for the Central California Psychiatric Society 2013 CME Conference
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“Creation of a Geriatric Forensic Rotation” Poster presentation at American Academy
of Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting, 2013
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“Group Therapy: Locked Up - Therapy in a Correctional Setting” Poster presentation
at American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law National Meeting, 2013
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Webinar series leader and lecturer for the California District Attorneys Association’s
(CDAA) annual training series on mental illness issues, lectures in series included
"Child Sex Tourism and Legal Implications," "Human Trafficking, An Overview,"
"Characteristics of Human Trafficking Offenders" and "Victims of Human
Trafficking" 2013-2014
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“DSM-5 Overview,” lecture for Sacramento County Jail Psychiatric Services, 2014
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“Mental Defenses,” lecture for the California District Attorneys Association Special
Circumstances Seminar (content included review of Malingering, PTSD, DSM-5
Updates and Neurological scans), 2014
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“Assault Prevention and Management: Pharmacological Treatments,” lecture
presented to UC Davis PGY-2 psychiatric residents, 2014
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“Mental Defenses,” lecture for the Yolo County District Attorneys, 2014
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“Mental Defenses: Issues to Consider,” lecture for the California District Attorneys
Association Special Circumstances Seminar (content included review of mental
health experts, DSM-5, overview of pertinent mental illness in legal settings and
psychological testing)
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“Overview of Correctional Psychiatry,” Annual lecture for UC Davis Division of Law
and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship residents, 2015 to current
Service Activities
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Associate Professor
Member, Training and Education Committee, University of California, Davis Medical
Center, 2008 – 2011
Member, Education and Policy Committee, University of California, Davis Medical
Center, 2011 - current
Member, Resident Education Track Committee/ Education Policy Committee,
University of California, Davis Medical Center, 2009 – current
Member, Psychiatry Clerkship Medical Student Grading Committee, University of
California, Davis Medical Center, 2009 – current
Financial Task Force, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 2014
Task Force on Technology for Educational Purposes, American Academy of
Psychiatry and the Law, 2014
Assistant Professor
Committee Member, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Membership
Committee, 2008 – 2012, 2014
Committee Member, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Computers
Committee, 2008 – 2012, 2014
Faculty group facilitator, Doctoring III, 2009 - 2011
Committee Member, American Psychiatric Association Committee on Patient Safety,
2006 – 2009
Residency and Fellowship
Resident delegate to the Houston Psychiatric Society, 2004
University of Texas House Staff Council’s Information Technology Officer, 2005 2006
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Resident Member, Harris County Mental Health Needs Council, 2006 - 2007
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Medical School
UT Houston Texas Medical Association Treasurer, 2001 - 2002
Medical Student Course Evaluation Committee, 2003
Honors and awards
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C.J. “Red” Davidson scholarship for academic achievement, 1993
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Glenn Mitchell, M.D. Memorial Scholarship for Outstanding Undergraduate Students
with a Career Goal of Becoming a Physician, University of North Texas, 1997-1998
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AED Premedical Honor Society (Historian and Webmaster), 1997 – 1998
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Undergraduate Dean’s List, 1993 – 1998
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David Mendell, M.D. Memorial Fellowship in Family Therapy, U.T. Houston
Medical School, 2006
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Twice awarded the “Best Resident Teacher in Psychiatry” by Graduating Medical
Student Classes, U.T. Houston Medical School, 2005 and 2006
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Awarded the Arnold P. Gold, M.D. Foundation’s “Humanism and Excellence in
Teaching Award to An Outstanding Resident Role Model” by Graduating Medical
Student Class of 2006, U.T. Houston Medical School, 2005
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Chief Resident, U.T. Houston Medical School Department of Psychiatry, 2006-2007
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“Residents’ Outstanding Faculty Award” by 2009-2010 UC Davis Psychiatry
Resident Physicians, 2010
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