Dawne S. Vogt, PhD

Professor, Psychiatry

Dawne Vogt
150 S Huntington Avenue


Dr. Vogt is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Chobanian and Avedisian 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 9/16/2023

    Zhao Z, Serier KN, Smith BN, Vogt D, Kehle-Forbes S, Mitchell KS. Gender similarities and differences in associations between weight discrimination, shape/weight concerns, and eating disorder symptoms among post-9/11 veterans. Eat Behav. 2023 Sep 16; 51:101818. PMID: 37741082.

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  • Published on 9/16/2023

    Ranney RM, Bernhard PA, Holder N, Vogt D, Blosnich JR, Schneiderman AI, Maguen S. Factors associated with receipt of minimally adequate psychotherapy for PTSD at the Veterans Health Administration. J Psychiatr Res. 2023 Oct; 166:80-85. PMID: 37741063.

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  • Published on 7/23/2023

    Zelkowitz RL, Kehle-Forbes SM, Smith BN, Vogt DS, Mitchell KS. Associations between DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder Criterion E2 endorsement and selected self-destructive behaviors in recent-era veterans: A focus on disordered eating. J Trauma Stress. 2023 Jul 23. PMID: 37485630.

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  • Published on 6/8/2023

    Vogt D, Rosellini AJ, Borowski S, Street AE, O'Brien RW, Tomoyasu N. How well can U.S. military veterans' suicidal ideation be predicted from static and change-based indicators of their psychosocial well-being as they adapt to civilian life? Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2023 Jun 08. PMID: 37291331.

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  • Published on 5/12/2023

    Holder N, Holliday R, Ranney RM, Bernhard PA, Vogt D, Hoffmire CA, Blosnich JR, Schneiderman AI, Maguen S. Relationship of social determinants of health with symptom severity among Veterans and non-Veterans with probable posttraumatic stress disorder or depression. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2023 Oct; 58(10):1523-1534. PMID: 37173595.

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  • Published on 3/15/2023

    Hoffmire CA, Borowski S, Vogt D. Contribution of veterans' initial post-separation vocational, financial, and social experiences to their suicidal ideation trajectories following military service. Suicide Life Threat Behav. 2023 Jun; 53(3):443-456. PMID: 36919380.

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  • Published on 2/8/2023

    Carlson EB, Palmieri PA, Vogt D, Macia K, Lindley SE. Development and cross-validation of a veterans mental health risk factor screen. PLoS One. 2023; 18(2):e0272599. PMID: 36753482.

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  • Published on 2/1/2023

    Cypel YS, Vogt D, Maguen S, Bernhard P, Lowery E, Culpepper WJ, Armand-Gibbs I, Schneiderman AI. Physical health of Post-9/11 U.S. Military veterans in the context of Healthy People 2020 targeted topic areas: Results from the Comparative Health Assessment Interview Research Study. Prev Med Rep. 2023 Apr; 32:102122. PMID: 36922958.

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  • Published on 1/24/2023

    Ranney RM, Bernhard PA, Vogt D, Blosnich JR, Hoffmire CA, Cypel Y, Schneiderman AI, Maguen S. Alcohol use and treatment utilization in a national sample of veterans and nonveterans. J Subst Use Addict Treat. 2023 Mar; 146:208964. PMID: 36880905.

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  • Published on 1/20/2023

    Galovski TE, Rossi FS, Fox AB, Vogt D, Duke CC, Nillni YI. Relationship of perceived neighborhood danger with depression and PTSD among veterans: The moderating role of social support and neighborhood cohesion. Am J Community Psychol. 2023 Jun; 71(3-4):395-409. PMID: 36661400.

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