Dr Amy Rogers
Molecular and Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine
+44 (0)1382 383390
Dr Rogers graduated MBChB from Aberdeen University before training and working as a General Practitioner in Dundee and Angus. She joined the University of Dundee as a British Heart Foundation research fellow in Spring 2015. Her work is involves large scale drug safety and effectiveness trials. Particular interests include pragmatic research methodologies and evidence based prescribing in primary care. She is undertaking an MD entitled “Putting the E into EBM: Improving research methodologies to produce clinically relevant evidence”. Dr Rogers is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
|Engaged Researcher of the Year||2020|
Less than one in 12 Covid-19 vaccine recipients reported significant side effects in the week following their jab, a major University of Dundee study has found.
More than 10,000 volunteers have signed up for a new UK-wide study run by the University of Dundee which is monitoring all Covid-19 vaccines approved for use in the country.
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.