Dr. Kelly Vogt

Dr. Kelly VogtDr. Kelly Vogt, MD, MSc, FRCSC
Assistant Professor - Department of Surgery
London Health Sciences Centre
Victoria Hospital
800 Commissioners Road East
London, Ontario, Canada N6A 5W9
Office Phone: 519.685.8500 ext. 58547
Office Fax: 519.685.8775
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Assistant: Angela Howson
Email: angelal.howson@lhsc.on.ca

Dr. Kelly Vogt joined the Division of General Surgery, Department of Surgery, Western University in September of 2014, and is appointed at London Health Sciences Centre’s Victoria Hospital. Dr. Vogt is a recipient of the Schulich Clinician-Scientist Award. As a Schulich Clinician Scientist, she will have protected time to further her research in clinical epidemiology, specializing in clinical trials, and registry-related research in the field of Acute Care Surgery and Trauma.

After graduating from the University of Waterloo with a BSc in Health Studies, Dr. Vogt received her medical degree and general surgery residency training at Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. Dr. Vogt also received a MSc in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University, a degree she completed during her residency. Upon finishing her residency, Dr. Vogt joined the Division of Acute Care Surgery LA County, University of Southern California Medical Center in Los Angeles where she completed a fellowship program in trauma and surgical critical care, followed by an appointment to the Division as a Clinical Instructor.

During her residency, Dr. Vogt received a Resident Research Grant from the PSI Foundation for her project titled, “The use of gentamicin-impregnated collagen implants to prevent surgical site infection in colorectal surgery: A randomized controlled trial” and was the recipient of the Division of General Surgery’s DM Grace Award for excellence in clinical care two years consecutively.

Dr. Vogt has presented more than 20 abstracts at local, national and international conferences, receiving several awards for her podium and poster presentations, in addition to receiving the Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Scientific Award. She has published two book chapters and 19 articles in the peer-reviewed literature, with four more articles recently submitted for publication, and is a co-investigator on the KCI Medical Innovation Grant funded trial, “Negative Pressure wound Therapy Use to decrease surgical Nosocomial Events in colorectal resections (NEPTUNE)”.