Alecia Vogel-Hammen

Alecia Vogel-Hammen

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Additional Titles & Roles

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program, Assistant Program Director for Research
  • Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Student Interest Group in Child Psychiatry Faculty Sponsor

Education & Training

  • Fellowship: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 2018
  • Residency: Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 2016
  • PhD: Neuroscience: Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 2013
  • MD: Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 2013
  • BA: Psychology: St. Louis University, 2004
  • BS: Biology: St. Louis University, 2004

Major Awards

  • Parker Young Investigator Award, Washington Univserity School of Medicine, 2020
  • George and Debra Couch Post-Doctoral Research Scholar, Washington University School of Medicine, 2019
  • Washington University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award (2019) and Mentorshiip (2021), 2016
  • Eli Robbins Award For excellence in clinical psychiatry, teaching, and research and in recognition of potential for leadership in academic medicine, 2016
  • NIMH Outstanding Resident Award Program, 2015
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, 2013

Areas of Clinical Interest

Emotion Dysregulation in Childhood and Adolescence

Research Interests

Development and Neural Correlates of Emotion Dysregulation
My research focuses on the developmental course of dysregulation in both negative affect (irritability) and positive affect (excitability), understanding how these impact the development of psychopathology and may be targeted for treatment. I utilize functional MR imaging to assess brain activations related to excitability and irritability.

Key Publications

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    Funded Research Projects

    Doris Duke Fund to Retain Clinician Scientists
    Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Fellowship in ADHD
    AACAP Pilot Research Award for Attention Disorders, supported by the Elaine Schlosser Lewis Fund