Inglis A, Koehn D, McGillivray B, Stewart E, Austin J. Evaluating a unique, specialist psychiatric genetic counseling clinic: uptake and impact. Clinical Genetics 2015, 87(3) 218-224. PMC4318688. PMID: 24773225
Lohn Z, Inglis A, Austin J, and Hippman C. A ‘cure’ for Down syndrome: What do parents want? Clinical Genetics 2014. 86(4):310-7 PMC4055389. PMID: 24548046
Ashtiani S, Makela N, Carrion P, Austin J. Parents’ Experiences of Receiving their Child’s Genetic Diagnosis: A Qualitative Study to Inform Clinical Genetics Practice. American Journal of Medical Genetics 2014, 164(6) 1496-1502 PMC4039554. PMID: 24706543
Austin J, Inglis A, Hadjipavlou G. Genetic counseling for common psychiatric disorders: an opportunity for interdisciplinary collaboration. American Journal of Psychiatry. 2014, 171 584-585. PMC4111654. PMID: 24788289
Inglis A, Hippman C, Carrion P, Honer WG, Austin JC. Mania and depression in the perinatal period among women with a history of major depressive disorders. Archives of Womens Mental Health 2014, 17(2) 137-43 PMCID: PMC3961475. PMID: 24402681
Maio M, Carrion P, Yaremco E, Austin JC. Awareness of genetic counseling amongst the Canadian public and perceptions of its purpose. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2013, 22(6) 762-770. PMCID: PMC3825692. PMID: 23963834
Hippman C, Lohn Z, Inglis A, Ringrose A, Cheek A, Austin JC. “Nothing is absolute in life": Understanding uncertainty in the context of psychiatric genetic counseling from the perspective of those with serious mental illness. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2013 22(5) 625-632 PMCID: PMC3776779. PMID: 23604904
Morris, E., Inglis, A., Friedman, J., & Austin, J.C. (2013). Discussing the psychiatric manifestations of 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: an exploration of clinical practice among medical geneticists. Genetics in Medicine, 15(9) 713-720. PMCID: 3766374
Austin, J.C., Hippman, C., & Honer, W.G. (2012). Descriptive and numeric estimation of risk for psychotic disorders among affected individuals and relatives: implications for clinical practice. Psychiatric Research, 196(1) 52-6. PMCID: 3723521
Anderson, K., & Austin, J.C. (2012). Effects of a documentary film on public stigma related to mental illness among genetic counselors. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 21(4):573-81. PMCID: 3706328
Hippman, C., Inglis, A., & Austin, J.C. (2012). What is a “balanced” description? Insight from parents of individuals with Down syndrome. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 21(1): 35-44. PMCID: 3706329
Lautenbach D., Hiraki, S., Whalen Campion, M., & Austin, J.C. (2012).
Mothers’ perspectives on their child’s mental illness as compared to other complex disorders in their family: insights to inform genetic counseling practice. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 21: 564-72. PMCID: 3753288
Inglis A., Hippman, C., & Austin, J.C. (2012). Prenatal testing for Down Syndrome: Perspectives of parents of affected individuals. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 158A (4), 743-50.
Michalak, E.E., Hole, R., Holmes, C., Velyvis, V., Austin, J.C., Pesut, B., & Hou, S. (2012). “Recovery is Such a Huge Word”: Understandings of ‘Recovery’ in People with Bipolar Disorder and Implications for Psychiatric Care. Psychiatric Annals, 42(5), 173-178.
Chan, R.C.K., Austin, J.C., Pearson, V.J, Gong, Q., & Honer, W.G. (2011). Translating genomic research into care for people with schizophrenia in China. Schizophrenia Research, 131:31-34. PMCID: 3706332
Peay, H.L., & Austin, J.C. (2011). How To Talk To Families About Genetics and Psychiatric Disorders. New York, NY: WW Norton and Company. [link]
McBride, R., & Austin, J.C. (2011). Sex Testing Or Gender Verification: Is There A Difference and Does It Matter? Journal of Genetic Counseling, 20, 113-114. PMID: 21165684