Dr. Elizabeth Hogan is a recent transplant from Colorado and serves as the Director of the Fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry and the Director of Psychiatric Forensic Services. A graduate of the University Of Texas Southwestern Medical School, she completed her internship at Duke and psychiatry residency at Harvard Longwood where she served as the chief resident at Beth Israel. Additional fellowship training includes the completion of a forensic fellowship at St. Vincent’s Medical School/New York Medical College and NIMH sponsored geriatric research fellowship work done at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Hogan is a Distinguished Fellows of the American Psychiatric Association and was awarded the American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Education (APIRE) Early Career Public Policy Advocacy Leadership Fellow.
Dr. Hogan is an active leader in forensic psychiatric education and public policy development. She has served on numerous committees within the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL) and chaired AAPL’s Forensic Training of General Psychiatry Residents Committee for a decade; was a Senior Trustee for the Colorado State Psychiatric Society, in addition to serving as a member of the Society’s Executive Council and Legislative Council and the president of her local chapter of the Colorado Psychiatric Society; and served on numerous state interagency committees as well as a health care advisory board for a US congressman. She was a founding board member of Pikes Peak Restorative Justice and led or served on a number of committees for Colorado’s Mentally Ill Involved in the Criminal Justice System Legislative Task Force. She was the psychiatrist appointed to the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Finance (HCPF) Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, and sat on the HCPF Mental Health Advisory board for 5 years.
Dr. Hogan has served in numerous forensic psychiatric administrative positions in the past in the jail (Supervising Psychiatrist Riker’s Island), forensic psychiatric hospital (Chief Medical Officer of Mid-Hudson Forensic Psychiatric Hospital) and prison (Statewide Chief of Psychiatry for Colorado Department of Corrections) settings. In the latter position, Dr. Hogan has directed the research/scholarly projects of 8 forensic psychiatry fellows on a wide variety of topics ranging from suicide risk management to telepsychiatry and also served on the research advisory board for the Colorado Administrative Segregation Study. She has also sat on the dissertation committee for psychology doctoral candidates and taught at two psychology schools.
In addition to her forensic psychiatry interests, Dr. Hogan’s professional interests include psychodynamic psychotherapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, improving interdisciplinary competency and collaboration, and physician professional standards.