Hillary R. Bogner, MD, MSCE
|Office Location||928, Blockley Hall|
|CCEB Appointment||Senior Scholar, Epidemiology|
|Primary Faculty Appointment||Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania Perelman SOM|
Hillary R. Bogner, MD, MSCE, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bogner earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Chicago and received her medical degree and the Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bogner now has a R01 Award building on a randomized clinical trial carried out in primary care to study trajectories of depressive symptoms and medical comorbidity in relation to the outcomes of Major Depression and suicidal ideation at 2 years. In addition, grant funding from the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association focuses on depression in older adults with diabetes and cardiovascular disease, the goal of which is to develop treatment for depression that is integrated with the treatment of chronic conditions such as diabetes. She is also a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Generalist Physician Faculty Scholar.
Bogner H.R., Bruce M.L., Reynolds C.F. III, Mulsant B.H., Cary M.S., Morales, K.H., Alexopoulos G.S., and the PROSPECT Group. The effect of memory, attention, and executive dysfunction on outcomes of depression in a primary care intervention trial: the PROSPECT study. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 22 (9): 922-9, 2007.
Bogner, H.R., Morales, K.H., Post, E.P., Bruce, M.L. Depression, diabetes, and death: A randomized controlled trial of a depression treatment program for older adults based in primary care (PROSPECT). Diabetes Care, 13(12): 3005-3010, 2007.
Bogner, H.R., de Vries, H.F. An intervention to improve adherence through integration of depression and hypertension treatment: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Annals of Family Medicine, 6(4): 295-301, 2008.
Bogner, H.R., Dobransky, L.N., Wittink, M.N. Patient ethnicity and perceptions of families and friends regarding depression treatment. Ethn Health, 13(5):465-78, November 2008.
Bogner, H.R., Richie, M., de Vries, H.F., Morales, K.H. Depression, cognition, and apolipoprotien E genotype: A latent class approach to identifying a subtype. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 2009 Apr;17(4):344-52.