Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Department of Family Medicine

Dr. Vogel is director of Behavioral Science and Psychology. He is also program director of the Primary Care Health Psychology Fellowship Program, a post-doctoral fellowship for clinical psychologists.

Within the GRMC Family Practice Residency program, Dr. Vogel directs the behavioral science education of residents and coordinates the research education for these residents. He also chairs the Genesys Institutional Research Board (IRB) and Medical Education Research Committee. He is chief psychologist for the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training. His area of professional interests include integrated primary care, patient centered medical home, medical decision making, and safety and quality improvement in healthcare.

Dr. Vogel obtained his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology-Los Angeles and completed a two-year GRMC/MSU fellowship in Primary Care Health Psychology. He is a licensed psychologist and board certified in Clinical Health Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology. From 1992-96 he served as co-chair of the Group on Behavioral Science in the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. Within the Society of Behavioral Medicine he was recently elected chair of the Integrated Primary Care special interest group. He is the author of journal articles and book chapters.