Naomi Rogers, PhD

Professor in the History of Medicine and of History

Research Organizations

History of Medicine

Global Health Studies

Office of Cooperative Research

Research Summary

Naomi Rogers is a Professor in the Section of the History of Medicine, with courtesy appointments in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and History. Her professional interests range across the history of disease, public health, gender and medicine, nursing, and alternative medicine in 19th- and 20th-century America. .

Selected Publications

  • Polio chronicles: warm springs and disability politics in the 1930s.

    Rogers N. Polio chronicles: warm springs and disability politics in the 1930s. Asclepio; Archivo Iberoamericano De Historia De La Medicina Y Antropología Médica 2009, 61:143-74. 2009

  • Explaining everything? The power and perils of reading Rosenberg.

    Rogers N. Explaining everything? The power and perils of reading Rosenberg. Journal Of The History Of Medicine And Allied Sciences 2008, 63:423-34. 2008

  • Health Activism and the Humanization of American Medicine :

    book manuscript in process

  • Race and the Politics of Polio: Warm Springs, Tuskegee and the March of

    Race and the Politics of Polio: Warm Springs, Tuskegee and the March of Dimes. American Journal of Public Health. 2007, 97: 2-13. American Journal of Public Health 2007, 97: 2-13. 2007

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Naomi Rogers, PhD
Office Location
Sterling Hall of Medicine, L-Wing
333 Cedar Street, Ste Suite 128

New Haven, CT 06510
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Mailing Address
History of MedicinePO Box 208324
New Haven, CT 06520-8324