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Dr Jonathan Rogers
UCL Division of Psychiatry
Maple House
149 Tottenham Court Rd
London
W1T 7BN
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Appointment
  • Wellcome Trust Clinical Training Fellow
  • Division of Psychiatry
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Biography

Jonathan Rogers is a Wellcome Trust Clinical Training Fellow in the UCL Division of Psychiatry and is currently undertaking a PhD in neuropsychiatric research related to catatonia. 


He studied Medicine at Gonville and Caius College at the University of Cambridge. He completed Core Psychiatry Training as an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow at the Maudsley Hospital and King's College London.  He is currently a Specialty Registrar in General Adult and Old Age Psychiatry. 


Jonathan is the first author of the Pocket Prescriber Psychiatry (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pocket-Prescriber-Psychiatry-Timothy-Nicholson/dp/1444176668) and has contributed to the Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines (13E) and the The Maudsley Practice Guidelines for Physical Health Conditions in Psychiatry.


Education

PGCert (Applied Research Methods)King's College London

MRCPsychRoyal College of Psychiatrists

MRCP(UK)Royal College of Physicians

MBBChir                                       Univ. of Cambridge

BA, MAUniv. of Cambridge


Prizes

Public Communications PrizeBritish Association for Psychopharmacology2021

Lishman PrizeBritish Neuropsychiatry Association2020

Denis Hill PrizeKing's College London2018

Student & Trainee PrizePsychiatry Section, Royal Society of Medicine2014

Eugene Paykel PrizeGonville & Caius College, Cambridge2014

Elliot Slater PrizeUniversity of Cambridge                        2014


Media

Dr Rogers has appeared in a wide range of media. In the UK, his work has appeared in the BBC, Daily Telegraph, Gaurdian and Independent. Internationally, his research has featured on CNN, Voice of America and Times of India. He tweets at @drjprogers. A brief video describing his research can be found at: https://vimeo.com/422762084. 

Research Themes
Research Summary

Jonathan Rogers is a researcher in the UCL Division of Psychiatry specialising in neuropsychiatric disorders, and particularly catatonia. His current research involves investigating the neurobiology of catatonia using epidemiological, neuroimmunological and neuroimaging techniques. 


He is also interested in psychopharmacology and the psychiatry of COVID-19. 

Teaching Summary

Dr Rogers regularly teaches medical students at King's College London. He has also lectured on the Maudsley Training Programme. He has also taught in the King's College London Clinical Neuropsychiatry MSc course. 

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