Dr. Cynthia Rogers

Dr. Cynthia Rogers

Meet Dr. Cynthia Rogers, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Rogers and her team are studying the effects of home environments on children born prematurely and the impact of adverse psychosocial environments on brain development. Her work will help improve long-term outcomes for children born prematurely as targeted interventions can be used to modify factors leading to impairment. Learn more about her fascinating work here.