Lecturer; Associate Director, CUIMC Division of Narrative Medicine
Catherine Rogers is a lecturer in the M.S. program and an Associate Director of the CUIMC Division of Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. She has facilitated Narrative Medicine seminars at Mt. Sinai, Brooklyn Lutheran, and Columbia Presbyterian hospitals and at Aristotle University Thessaloniki Schools of English and Medicine. A writer and performer, her plays have been seen at Dixon Place, Manhattan Theatre Source, Salvage Vanguard, and Cleveland Public Theatre. She was Fulbright Specialist and Senior Scholar in Greece (2013, 2009) and serves as a Fulbright peer reviewer. Her work is published in the Gettysburg Review, Voices Made Flesh: Performing Women’s Autobiography (University of Wisconsin), and Our Changing Journey to the End: Reshaping Death (Praeger). As an Assistant Professor in Humanities, she taught creative and expository writing at NYU. Rogers is a member of the Dramatists Guild.
- M.F.A., University of Texas (James A. Michener Fellow)
- M.S., Narrative Medicine, Columbia University