Dawne S. Vogt, PhD

Professor, Psychiatry

Dawne Vogt
150 S Huntington Avenue


Dr. Vogt is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and Research Psychologist in the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, VA Boston Healthcare System. One of her primary research interests is in deployment stressors associated with postdeployment health and well-being among military and veteran populations. Dr. Vogt is co-author of the Deployment Risk and Resilience Inventory (DRRI), a suite of scales for assessing key psychosocial risk and resilience factors among military and veteran populations. Dr. Vogt also has an interest in mental health stigma as it relates to health-care use and is PI of a large-scale study to examine stigma and other barriers to VA health-care use.

Other Positions

  • Researcher, VA Boston Healthcare System


  • Northeastern University, PhD
  • Northeastern University, MA
  • Central Connecticut State University, BA


  • Published on 2/27/2022

    Elbogen EB, Zeber JE, Vogt D, Perkins DF, Finley EP, Copeland LA. Financial Status and Well-being in Recently Separated Military Veterans. Mil Med. 2022 Feb 27. PMID: 35253060.

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  • Published on 2/25/2022

    Mattocks KM, Kroll-Desrosiers A, Marteeny V, Walker L, Vogt D, Iversen KM, Bastian L. Veterans' Perinatal Care and Mental Health Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Examination of the Role of Prior Trauma and Pandemic-Related Stressors. J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2022 Feb 25. PMID: 35230179.

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  • Published on 2/13/2022

    Perkins DF, Davenport KE, Morgan NR, Aronson KR, Bleser JA, McCarthy KJ, Vogt D, Finley EP, Copeland LA, Gilman CL. The influence of employment program components upon job attainment during a time of identity and career transition. Int J Educ Vocat Guid. 2022 Feb 13; 1-23. PMID: 35194475.

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  • Published on 1/29/2022

    Serier KN, Smith BN, Cooper Z, Vogt D, Mitchell KS. Disordered eating in sexual minority post-9/11 United States veterans. Int J Eat Disord. 2022 Apr; 55(4):470-480. PMID: 35092637.

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  • Published on 1/23/2022

    Hoffmire CA, Borowski S, Griffin BJ, Maguen S, Vogt D. Trajectories of suicidal ideation following separation from military service: Overall trends and group differences. Suicide Life Threat Behav. 2022 Jan 23. PMID: 35067967.

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  • Published on 1/20/2022

    Stanley IH, Chu C, Gildea SM, Hwang IH, King AJ, Kennedy CJ, Luedtke A, Marx BP, O'Brien R, Petukhova MV, Sampson NA, Vogt D, Stein MB, Ursano RJ, Kessler RC. Predicting suicide attempts among U.S. Army soldiers after leaving active duty using information available before leaving active duty: results from the Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers-Longitudinal Study (STARRS-LS). Mol Psychiatry. 2022 Jan 20. PMID: 35058567.

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  • Published on 1/17/2022

    Maguen S, Griffin BJ, Vogt D, Hoffmire CA, Blosnich JR, Bernhard PA, Akhtar FZ, Cypel YS, Schneiderman AI. Moral injury and peri- and post-military suicide attempts among post-9/11 veterans. Psychol Med. 2022 Jan 17; 1-10. PMID: 35034682.

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  • Published on 1/6/2022

    Vogt D, Borowski SC, Godier-McBard LR, Fossey MJ, Copeland LA, Perkins DF, Finley EP. Changes in the health and broader well-being of U.S. veterans in the first three years after leaving military service: Overall trends and group differences. Soc Sci Med. 2022 02; 294:114702. PMID: 35051742.

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  • Published on 12/17/2021

    Than CT, Washington DL, Vogt D, Chuang E, Needleman J, Canelo I, Meredith LS, Yano EM. Discontinuity of Women Veterans' Care in Patient-Centered Medical Homes: Does Workforce Gender Sensitivity Matter? Womens Health Issues. 2022 Mar-Apr; 32(2):173-181. PMID: 34930639.

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  • Published on 11/24/2021

    Lawrence KA, Vogt D, Nigam S, Dugan AJ, Slade E, Smith BN. Temporal Sequencing of Mental Health Symptom Severity and Suicidal Ideation in Post-9/11 Men and Women Veterans Who Recently Separated from the Military. Chronic Stress (Thousand Oaks). 2021 Jan-Dec; 5:24705470211061347. PMID: 34870056.

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