Katherine Vogel Anderson, Pharm.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Vogel Anderson earned her Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry, with a minor in math, from the Florida State University in 1999. In 2003, Dr. Vogel Anderson graduated with her doctorate of pharmacy degree from the University Of Florida College Of Pharmacy. Following this, Dr. Vogel Anderson completed a primary care pharmacy residency at the Malcom Randall Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Gainesville. After her residency, Dr. Vogel Anderson accepted a clinical pharmacy specialist position at the same VA, in the pharmacotherapy clinic, where she specialized in anticoagulation management. She held this position for five years, before transferring to the VA geriatric primary care clinic, where she managed anticoagulation, hypertension, and diabetes, among other disease states, as part of a multi-disciplinary health care team. Since her graduation from UF, Dr. Vogel Anderson has maintained a relationship with the college through precepting clerkship students and lecturing in the Pharmacotherapy and Pharmaceutical Skills Lab course series. She was named Outstanding Young Alumnus for the UF College of Pharmacy in 2009. An active member of the Florida Society of Health System Pharmacists (FSHP), Dr. Vogel Anderson has served two terms as president of the North Central FSHP chapter, was recognized as FSHP Regional Society President of the year in 2007, and currently serves on the FSHP Education Council. In 2009, Dr. Vogel Anderson and her husband, Dr. Shawn Anderson, established the Vogel Anderson Exceptional Leader Scholarship for third year pharmacy students. For fun, Dr. Vogel Anderson enjoys spending time with her family and dog Jimmie, reading, and traveling. Dr. Vogel Anderson joined the UF faculty in April, 2010.