Dr. Jamie M. Bogle began her graduate career at University of Colorado in Boulder earning her AuD in 2007 and PhD from the same institution in 2010. Following this, she was a research fellow at Gallaudet University and then held a post-doctoral position at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, specifically in the area of vestibular research. Since graduation, she has grown her career exponentially in a short period of time. She currently works at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. During her time at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, she has provided patient care, mentored 17 students, and developed the Mayo Clinic Sport Neurology and Concussion Program which provides baseline concussion measurements and post-concussion testing in a team approach with neurology and neuropsychology.
In addition to this, she also holds academic ranks at not only Mayo Clinic, but three other universities (University of Colorado at Boulder, Salus University, and Gallaudet University). She lectures on vestibular sciences, diagnostics, and treatment. In addition to academic teaching, she has also presented at numerous conferences and seminars including at the American Academy of Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and the American Balance Society. She has also presented internationally in Russia, Canada, and France.
Dr. Bogle is a reviewer for fifteen journals and in 2015 she was awarded the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology Editors Award for outstanding contributions to peer review. Dr. Bogle herself has eleven peer-reviewed articles with the majority on vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) and concussion. She is a co-author on the book chapter, “High frequency gain dependent word recognition” in the Adult Audiology Casebook published by Thieme. Finally, she has contributed to the filing of five patents and ten invention disclosures.
When she is not busy with scholarly activities, she is also volunteering in professional organizations. She has been an active volunteer for several committees at the Academy including the Publications Committee, Political Action Committee, chair of the Quality Measures sub-committee, and most recently Public Relations and Outreach Committees. She has also been an active member and is currently serving on the board of the American Balance Society.
Dr. Jamie Bogle has demonstrated a commitment to the profession, her patients, and scholarly activities in her career so far and therefore is well deserving of the Outstanding Early-Career Audiologist Award for 2018.