Associate Professor, U of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, faced her own NDE and changed the way she practices medicine.
In March 1999, Roby Rogers, M.D., had a Near-Death Experience which changed the way she looked at death and dying and the role of disease in a person\'s life. It also changed the way she practices medicine and influenced her in many other ways, which will be the focus of her talk.
Dr. Rogers was born in Portland, OR, and grew up in Boulder, CO. She received her M.D. degree from the University of Colorado in Denver in 1987 and went on for further training to become a Pathologist. She was the Clinical Pathology Residency Director, Assistant Professor of Pathology/Laboratory Medicine, and the Medical Director of Transfusion Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina until she settled in Madison, WI, in 2001, where she is currently Associate Professor of Pathology/Laboratory Medicine at the University of Madison Medical School.