Selwyn O. Rogers, Jr., M.D., M.P.H. is an Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, and serves as Division Chief for Trauma, Burns, and Surgical Critical Care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Dr. Rogers’ research work has focused on outcomes following surgical procedures, disparities in surgical care, and improving the quality of healthcare. Using epidemiological and health services research methods, areas of investigation include characterizing outcomes of different patient populations. Future investigation will focus on improving the quality of care and processes of care. Based upon his clinical interests in the care of patients in the Intensive Care Unit, relevant patient populations in clued critically ill and trauma patients. Furthermore, he has a great deal of interest in improving the quality of care of minority populations. He has sought to translate research into practice by promoting health equity with community efforts, including Family Service of Greater Boston, churches, and the Boston Public Health Commission.
Dr. Rogers received his Bachelor’s degree and M.D. from Harvard and a Master’s in Public Health at Vanderbilt University’s School of Public Health. He completed his general surgery residency in 1998 and joined the staff of BWH. He completed a critical care fellowship at BWH/MGH.
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