Michelle L. Rogers, PhD.

I am an associate professor in the College of Computing and Informatics at Drexel University. My current research uses human factors engineering methods and socio-technical systems theory to study the impact of health information technology on clinical workflow and the usability of technology in underserved populations, both in the US and internationally.

I am affiliated with the Drexel University Institute for Healthcare Informatics – an initiative based at the College of Computing and Informatics, the College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP), the School of Public Health (SPH) and the College of Medicine (DUCoM). Alumna of Spelman College and Georgia Institute of Technology (electrical engineering) as part of the Dual Degree Engineering program in the Atlanta University Center. Career switch to industrial engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where my passion developed in socio-technical systems and human factors and ergonomics.


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March 2016

March 17 – 19 – Attended the AAC&U Diversity, Learning, and Student Success conference, Philadelphia, PA

March 18 – Outreach
Mastery Shoemakers High School 7th Annual Career Day
Philadelphia, PA

February 2016

IEEE Graduate Forum 8th Annual Research Symposium – Participated as research poster judge

December 2015

NSF review panel, Arlington, VA

November 2015

November 20 – Attended Women’s Entrepreneurship Day as part of the Drexel University School of Public Health group, United Nations (UN), New York, NY

October 2015

October 26 – 30 – Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Annual Meeting – Attended and presented at the Annual Meeting of HFES in Los Angeles, CA.

October 22 – 4A Healthcare Data Security & Privacy Panel, LeBow College of Business, Philadelphia PA. Mobile Health, Apps & HIT Innovation: Security & Privacy by Design

October 16 – Drexel MSHI Advisory Board fall meeting

October 16 – Outreach: John Bartram High School Career Day
Philadelphia, PA

September 2015

September 22 – Release of the “Improving Diagnosis in Health Care” report by the Institute of Medicine

 

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