Since racial inequalities in health are extensive in the US, Dr. Rogers is committed to serving medically underserved and minority populations. Charles R. Rogers, PhD, MPH, MS, MCHES® is currently a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in the Public Health Division of the University of Utah School of Medicine, Associate Member of Huntsman Cancer Institute, Associate Member of the University of Michigan-Mixed Methods Program, and Founding Director of the Men’s Health Inequities Research Lab.
Dr. Rogers’ research agenda contributes to translational solutions that address the complex underpinnings of cancer and men’s health disparities, with a primary focus on colorectal cancer awareness & prevention among African-American men for over 10 years. As a behavioral scientist & master certified health education specialist (MCHES®), his research interest also include behavioral and community-based implementation science, mixed methods, and survey methodology.
As an emerging leader of the cancer prevention & control research workforce, Dr. Rogers’ capabilities and potential have been recognized locally and nationally by the receipt of several competitive scholarships and fellowships aimed at strengthening his knowledge and skills for a life-long career in health equity research. Since he is passionate about paying it forward, Dr. Rogers has also received a number of awards acknowledging his servant leadership (e.g., 100 Most Influential Black Alumni at NC State University).
The Men’s Health Inequities (MHI) Research Lab aims to improve the health and well-being of underrepresented men through community engagement, research, and education.
Rogers Solutions Group, LLC offers a wide array of consulting services and specialties including: capacity building, grant writing, community-based participatory research, program evaluation, career coaching, study design, instrument development, and statistical analysis.
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