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Julie Rogers,MD,PhD

Primary Service
  • Anesthesiology
Areas of Interest

Obstetric, cardiac and regional anesthesiology

  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth, MN
  • Master of Arts in Bioethics and Health Policy, Loyola University, Chicago, IL
Medical School
  • Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Rochester, MN
  • Ph.D., Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • National Science Foundation Fellowship, Peking University, Beijing

Philosophy of care
“I strive to provide the quality of care I would want for my own family: evidence-based and tailored for each individual patient.”

Why Dr. Rogers went into medicine
“I wanted to make a difference in my community.”

Plymouth, MN

“I love reading a good book, as well as hiking and skiing with my family.”

Dr. Rogers has earned community service awards for her work with people that have disabilities, including thee Luther Granquist Systems Change Award (Arc Minnesota, 2013)

And the Ann Ferguson Community Service Award for Professional Service (Arc Southeastern Minnesota, 2012).

1. Glasscock, J.M., Mizoguchi, A., Rachinsky, A. Immunocytochemical localization of allatotropin in Heliothis virescens and Apis mellifera. Journal of Insect Physiology 51, 345-355, 2005.

2. Guo, L.*, Chowdhury, P.*, Glasscock, J.M., Gai, F. Denaturant induced expansion and compaction of a multi-domain protein: IgG, Journal of Molecular Biology 384, 1029-1036. 2008.

3. Glasscock, J.M., Zhu, Y., Chowdhury, P., Tang, J., Gai, F. Probing protein unfolding using an amino-acid FRET pair: application to the villin headpiece subdomain and the LysM domain, Biochemistry 47, 11070-11076, 2008.

4. Rogers, J.M.G., Lippert, L., Gai, F. Phe CN based FRET pairs with an application to single and multiple FRET systems, Analytical Biochemistry 399, 182-189, 2010.

5. Rogers, J.M.G.*, Polishchuk, A.*, Guo, L.*, Wang, J., DeGrado, W.F., Gai, F. Photoinduced electron transfer and fluorophore motion as a probe of the conformational dynamics of membrane proteins: application to the influenza A M2 proton channel, Langmuir 27, 3815-3821, 2011.

6. Rogers, J.M.G., Havyer, R.D.A. A community-centered disability curriculum for medical students. Minnesota Medicine 98(4), 33-35, 2015.

7. Rogers, J.M.G., Hook, C.C., Havyer, R.D.A. Medicine’s valuing of “normal” cognitive ability. AMA Journal of Ethics 17(8), 717-716, 2015.

8. Rogers, J.M.G., Morris, M.A., Hook, C.C., Havyer, R.D. Introduction to disability and Health for Preclinical Medical Students: Didactic and disability panel discussion. MedEdPORTAL 12:10429, 2016.

9. Morris, M.A., Inselman, J., Rogers, J.M.G, Halverson, C., Branda, M., Griffen, J.M. How do patients describe their disabilities? A coding system for categorized patients’ descriptions. Disability and Health Journal 11(2), 310 – 314, 2018.