- medical school: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
- internship: Johns Hopkins Hospital
- residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital
- fellowship: University of Minnesota
Beth A. Vogt, MD, is a nephrologist at Dayton Children’s Hospital. She is also an associate professor of pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Her primary clinical interests include care of children with chronic kidney disease, dialysis management of children with end-stage kidney disease, and care of the critically ill child with acute kidney injury and tuberous sclerosis with renal involvement. Her research interests include prevention of dialysis-associated infections in the Children's Hospital Association SCOPE collaborative and early identification of children with acute kidney injury.
Throughout her career, Dr. Vogt spent more than a decade in the nephrology department at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. Her responsibilities included Medical Director of the Pediatric Hypertension Center, Director of the Pediatric Acute Kidney Injury Program and Program Director for the Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship.
Dr. Vogt received her doctorate of medicine from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed her internship and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She completed her fellowship at the University of Minnesota.