Creating a New Kind of Doctor
We recruit and train physician leaders as comfortable taking on systemic challenges in health as caring for individual patients.
ARE YOU ONE?
Discovery to Impact — Faster
We reward creative thinking and encourage rapid experimentation, using collaborative programs to speed promising research to market.
SEE HOW
Improving Care. Improving Health.
We’re here to make health — including health care — better. The end goal is a complete revolution in how people get and stay healthy.
WHAT IT MEANS
Health in the Landscape of Life
Enabling the healthscape, the ecosystem outside the clinic, requires improving the system to pay for health drivers.
EXPLORE FURTHER
More Information
DEVELOP A PRODUCT
Meet Dell Med
We’re rethinking the role of academic medicine in improving health — and doing so with a unique focus on our community.
ABOUT US
More Information
Make an Appointment Faculty Students Directory Give

Rebecca Rogers, M.D.

Education

M.D.
Harvard Medical School

About

Rebecca Rogers, M.D., is a professor in the Department of Women’s Health at Dell Medical School. She also practices at Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York, serving as the chair for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

With more than 30 years of clinical experience, Rogers’ clinical interests focus on female pelvic medicine (incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse) and reconstructive surgery. Rogers was previously the associate chair of clinical integration and operations and served as the director of the Women’s Health Institute at UT Health Austin.

Prior to her work at Dell Medical School, Rogers held several positions at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, including vice chair for research for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Regents’ professor, chief of the Division of Urogynecology and fellowship director for the Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship.

Rogers completed a urogynecology fellowship and residency at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center in Albuquerque. She received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School after receiving a bachelor’s degree from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

Rogers received a lifetime achievement award from the National Association for Continence for her substantial contributions to urogynecology in clinical care, research and education. She has also authored over 200 papers and made significant contributions to the development of patient-reported outcome measures with a focus on sexual function.