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
- 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
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.
- Vogel AC, Tillman R, Elsayed NM, Jackson JJ, Perlman SB, Barch DM, Luby JL. (2021) Longitudinal trajectory of emotion dysregulation including positive and negative affect across childhood predicts later emotion dysregulation and overall functioning. Development and Psychopathology.
- Vogel AC, Jackson JJ, Barch DM, Tillman BT, Luby JL. (2019). Excitability and irritability in preschoolers predicts later psychopathology: the importance of positive and negative emotion dysregulation. Development and Psychopathology.
- Geselowitz B, Whalen DJ, Tillman R, Barch DM, Luby JL, Vogel AC. (2021): Preschool Age Predictors of Adolescent Borderline Personality Symptoms. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Read publication »Preschool Age Predictors of Adolescent Borderline Personality Symptoms.
- Gold JA, Bentzley JP, Franciscus AM, Forte C, De Golia SG, (2019 Apr). An Intervention in Social Connection: Medical Student Reflection Groups. Acad Psychiatry.
Read publication »An Intervention in Social Connection: Medical Student Reflection Groups.
- Charatcharungkiat N, Tillman BT, Luby JL, Vogel AC. (2021) Predicting Adolescent Manic Symptoms from Preschool Symptoms: The Importance of Family History. Bipolar Disorders.
Read publication »The association between manic symptoms in adolescence and preschool symptoms: The importance of family history.
- Vogel AC, Petersen SE, Schlaggar BL, (2014 March). The VWFA: it’s not just for words anymore. Front Hum Neurosci. 8: 88.
Read publication »The VWFA: it’s not just for words anymore.
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