Staff Profiles: Dr. Sally Rogers

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Dr. Sally Rogers

Staff Profile: Dr. Sally Rogers
Senior Lecturer in Biosciences

Dr. Sally Rogers

Dr. Sally Rogers

Senior Lecturer in Biosciences

Biology

Sally is a Senior Lecturer in Biosciences, and tutor for the post-graduate module Environmental Pollution and Remediation. Her research focuses on immunogenetics, in particular studying the evolution of host pathogen interactions.

Telephone: +44 (0)1242 714671 Email: srogers@glos.ac.uk

Biography

Sally currently teaches the postgraduate module Environmental Pollution and Remediation. This module is consistently well received by students, and includes a significant contribution from external professional organisations. As such, it prepares students well for the next steps in their career. Sally also supervises post graduate research students.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution
BSc (Hons) Cellular Pathology and Microbiology University of Bristol
PhD Immunogenetics University of Bristol

Accreditation

2013: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Teaching and research

Teaching

NS4202 Cells to Organisms

NS4201 Diversity and Evolution

NS5203 Human Microbe Interactions

NS6205 Microbial Biotechnology

NS6222/3 Dissertation supervisor

NS7907 Environmental Pollution and Remediation

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

My research currently focuses on the structure, function and evolution of the immune system in avian species. Among other interests, we are investigating the genomic location of Natural Killer cell receptor genes and their potential role in avian diseases.

Publications

More publications from Dr. Sally Rogers can be found in the Research Repository.