Christin M. Ogle, Ph.D.
Child Research Psychologist
Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress
Department of Psychiatry
Uniformed Services University
Christin M. Ogle, Ph.D. is a Child Research Psychologist in the Child and Family Program at the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress (CSTS). Dr. Ogle's research examines the impact of exposure to traumatic events and trauma-related psychopathology on health and development across the lifespan. After completing undergraduate training at Reed College, Dr. Ogle received her doctorate in Developmental Psychology from the University of California, Davis and post-doctoral training at Duke University Medical Center's Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development as well as Duke University's Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Prior to her position at CSTS, Dr. Ogle was selected to serve as the American Psychological Association's 2016-2017 Executive Branch Science Fellow at the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) where she provided subject-matter expertise and programmatic support for NIJ's research portfolios concerning children's exposure to violence and violence against women. Dr. Ogle’s research and policy interests are also informed by her previous work at a public policy institute dedicated to the application of science to policy aimed at improving outcomes for youth involved in the criminal justice and child welfare systems. Dr. Ogle currently holds leadership positions within Division 7 (Developmental Psychology) and Division 37 (Section on Child Maltreatment; Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice) of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Ogle's current work at CSTS is focused on identifying predictors of child maltreatment and individual differences in post-traumatic outcomes.