Dr. Peter Rogers grew up milking cows and building barns. This provided him the transferable skills necessary for a smooth transition into academic research. Three years of genetics research led to six years of immunology research, which led to a PhD from Auburn University. That led to three and half years of instructional design research at Tufts University School of Medicine.
His expertise includes biomedical sciences & technology, social determinants of health, bovine birthing, training & development, and cognitive psychology. He’s taught dozens of university courses, ranging from Principles of Biology to Advanced Medical Immunology. He is currently co-writing a book with his father, George Rogers, called How to Correctly Hold a Flashlight: A Disagreement in Academic and Agricultural Perspectives.