Dr Amy Rogers

Clinical Lecturer

Molecular and Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine

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Dr Amy Rogers graduated MBChB from Aberdeen University in 2001 before training and working as a General Practitioner in Dundee and Angus. She joined the University of Dundee in 2015 as a Clinical Research Fellow.

Dr Rogers has worked on several large pragmatic clinical trials, including TIME, FAST and ALL-HEART. Her research focuses on developing novel clinical trial methods and using patient and public involvement (PPI) to improve research.

Dr Rogers works on the IMI-funded Trials@Home project, developing guidance, tools and recommendations to support decentralized clinical trials in Europe. Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.


Award Year
Engaged Researcher of the Year 2020


L-r: Senga Robertson-Albertyn, Professor Mel Woods, Dr Amy Rogers
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Press release

Stephen Fry has lavished praise on University of Dundee staff and students who have won awards, named after the University’s former rector, for their success in sharing their work with the public.

Published on 14 January 2020