Elisabeth Vogt, PhD

  • Pediatric neuropsychologist, Children's Wisconsin
  • Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin



Elisabeth Vogt, Ph.D. is a pediatric neuropsychologist and an assistant professor of Neurology (Neuropsychology). She specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with neurological, medical, and neurodevelopmental disorders with a particular specialization in acquired neurological injury and infection, hematology/oncology, and cognitive development in infancy and preschool years. Dr. Vogt’s approach to comprehensive neuropsychological assessment involves developing a holistic understanding of a child or adolescent and their strengths and challenges. Overall, the goals of the comprehensive assessment are to inform evidence-based intervention and recommendations to support the best outcomes for each child. Dr. Vogt believes that research is important to inform her practice and improve the field of neuropsychology. Her research program focuses broadly on the investigation of psychometric properties of neuropsychological measures with a focus on performance and symptom validity. She is also developing research focused on cognitive outcomes of acquired neurological injury and infection.

Areas of Interest

  • Neuropsychology
  • Traumatic brain injury
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Education and Awards


  • 2018, Marquette University, PhD
  • 2004, Viterbo University,


  • 2020, Medical College of Wisconsin - Pediatric Neuropsychology

Research and publications