Amanda Vogel, PhD
Dr. Vogel's research interests include program evaluation, the Science of Team Science (SciTS), community engaged scholarship, and barriers to clinical trials accruals. She has expertise in the use of mixed methods and qualitative methods, including case study, interviews, document review, and expert panel methods.
- Behavioral scientist, SAIC-Frederick, Inc.
- MPH, 2000, Harvard School of Public Health, Health and Social Behavior
- PhD, 2009, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Health Policy and Management
- Stokols, D., Hall, K. A., & Vogel, A. L. (in press). Transdisciplinary Public Health: Definitions, Core Characteristics, and Strategies for Success. In D. Haire-Joshu & T. D. McBride (Eds). Transdisciplinary Public Health: Research, Methods, and Practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
- Hall, K., Stokols, D., Stipelman, B. A., Vogel, A. L., Feng, A., ... Berrigan, D. (2012). Does team science add value? A bibliometric study comparing the productivity of team science center grants with traditional investigator-initiated grants. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 42(2), 157-63.
- Vogel, A. L. & Seifer, S. D. (2011). Impacts of sustained institutional participation in service-learning? Perspectives from faculty, staff, and administrators. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, 4, 186-202.
- Vogel, A. L., Seifer, S. D., & Gelmon, S. B. (2010). What influences the long-term sustainability of service-learning? Lessons from a cohort of early adopters. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 17(1), 59-76.
- Vogel, A., Ransom, P., Wai, S., & Luisi, D. (2007). Integrating health and social services for older adults: A case study of interagency collaboration. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 30(2), 199-228.