Kaitlyn Rogers, Ph.D.(c)

Kaitlyn Rogers, Ph.D.(c)

In Mrs. Rogers' current role, she is responsible for the research, development, and innovation efforts in multiplex genome editing and transplantation immunology and is project lead for the creation of haplotype-matched, alternative cell source to replace lost or damaged dopaminergic neurons to treat patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
 
Mrs. Rogers has over 12 years of professional experience, and prior to coming to Alexis Bio, worked for the United States Marine Corps in Intelligence, and later management in the private sector in Operations and Marketing. Mrs. Rogers earned a B.S. degree in Forensics from American Military University in Charlestown, West Virginia, and is currently pursuing an executive Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Miami.