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Faculty - Brandon Rogers

Brandon Rogers
BSN, RN
Instructional Track Lecturer
324 CNB
319-335-7018
Education: 

BSN, University of Iowa
RN, Kirkwood Community College
BA Psychology, University of Iowa

Research Focus/Clinical Interests: 

Huntington’s disease
Mental health of student athletes
Acute mental health crisis management
Genetics and mental health

Brandon Rogers is a lecturer at the College of Nursing in the undergraduate pre-licensure program. He earned a degree in psychology from the university of Iowa and worked in the private sector for a number of years before returning to school and earning his associate degree in Nursing from Kirkwood Community College. He then completed the RN-BSN program at the University of Iowa and is currently enrolled in the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Iowa with plans to graduate in May of 2021. Brandon has worked in mental health since 2006 and has been employed at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics as a staff nurse since 2016, with experience working on each of the in-patient units at UIHC. Brandon is also a board member for the UIHC Huntington’s Disease Center of Excellence that specializes in the care of individuals with Huntington’s Disease.