About Katherine Vogel Anderson
After completing a primary care pharmacy residency, Katie worked as a clinical pharmacy specialist at the Malcom Randall Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 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, and other chronic conditions, as part of a multi-disciplinary health care team. Since 2005, Dr. Vogel Anderson has precepted UF pharmacy students on their ambulatory care rotation. In 2010, she joined the UF College of Pharmacy as a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research; she has a joint appointment in the UF College of Medicine. Currently, Dr. Vogel Anderson practices at UF Health Internal Medicine at the Medical Plaza. Her research interests include anticoagulation therapy, pharmacist/physician collaboration, and improving medication management at each patient care transition. In 2012, she established the first ASHP accredited PGY1 pharmacy residency program at the UF COP, for which she serves as program director. Dr. Vogel Anderson is faculty advisor for the UF student ACCP chapter, is co-advisor for KE, and served as chair of the UF Faculty Senate in 2018-2019. In 2009, Katie and her husband, Shawn Anderson, established the endowed Vogel/Anderson Exceptional Leader Scholarship for third year pharmacy students. In her free time, Dr. Vogel Anderson likes to attend Gators events and go RV’ing with Shawn and their dogs, Teddie Roosevelt and Johnnie Adams.