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Michael E. Rogers, DO, MPH


  • Physician, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

About

Biography

My clinical specialties are pediatric liver and intestinal transplants. I love working with a variety of clinical disorders, both simple and complex in scope. I also enjoy working with a variety of populations. This passion led me to pursue my work with gastrointestinal disorders. During my fellowship at the University of North Carolina (UNC), I fell in love with liver transplantation. I was able to provide a child with an opportunity for a long and healthy life through the practice of organ donation and transplantation.

While obtaining my master of public health (MPH) in fellowship, I was fortunate to learn and work with the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) on a database project. This experience increased my awareness of the opportunities that working with big data can provide, especially for rare disorders requiring intestinal and multi-visceral transplant treatment in children. My research aims to improve surgical, immunologic and overall outcomes in the immediate and long-term pediatric liver and intestinal transplant patients. I’m also interested in quality improvement and improving the quality of life in children post-transplant.

I’m honored to have received the Walter Tunnessen Award for Best Clinical Science Research from the University of North Carolina Children’s Hospital (2020). I am board certified in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics (2016).

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Publications

A Case Series of Children with Acute Hepatitis and Human Adenovirus Infection. Gutierrez Sanchez, LH; Shiau, H; Baker, JM; Saaybi, S; Buchfellner, M; Britt, W; Sanchez, V; Potter, JL; Ingram, LA; Kelly, D; et al. New England Journal of Medicine. 2022.

The Outcome of Patients With Cystic Biliary Atresia With Intact Proximal Hepatic Ducts Following Hepatic-Cyst-Jejunostomy. Asai, A; Wu, JF; Wang, KS; Yamataka, A; Nio, M; Su, DJ; Short, C; Tsuboi, K; Ochi, T; Sasaki, H; et al. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2022; 75:131-137.

Children undergoing early liver re-transplantation for primary non-function have improved survival. Rogers, ME; Delman, A; Campbell, K; Miethke, A; Tiao, G; Mullapudi, B; Bondoc, A. Pediatric Transplantation. 2022.

Cascade of care for children and adolescents with chronic hepatitis C. Rogers, ME; Balistreri, WF. World Journal of Gastroenterology. 2021; 27:1117-1131.

Outcomes of pediatric liver transplant are unaffected by the time or day of surgery. Rogers, ME; Egberg, MD; Sylvester, F; Lichtman, S; Lin, FC. Pediatric Transplantation. 2020; 24.

A Systematic Review of Patient-Reported Outcomes in Primary Biliary Cholangitis and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. Kim, HP; Lieber, SR; Rogers, ME; Moon, AM; Loiselle, M; Walker, J; Assis, DN; Safer, R; Gomel, R; Evon, DM. Hepatology Communications. 2020; 4:1502-1515.

Evaluation and Management of Nutrition in Chronic Liver Disease. Rogers, M. 2020; 1.

Bile Acid Synthesis Defect and Hyperinsulinism. Rogers, M; Sylvester, F; Lichtman, S. ACG Case Reports Journal. 2018; 5.

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