Sherise Rogers, MD

Sherise Rogers, MD, MPH

(352) 265-0725

Current patients:
Log in to MyUFHealth


Sherise C. Rogers, M.D., M.P.H., received her bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in 2009 in Human Development with a minor in Biological Sciences. She then obtained her Medical Doctorate in 2014 and Master in Public Health in 2015 from New York Medical College.

Dr. Rogers completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Stony Brook University Medical Center in New York in 2017. She completed her Hematology & Oncology Fellowship at The Ohio State University Medical Center where she also served as Wellness Chief Fellow in 2020. Aside from her educational achievements, Dr. Rogers has a passion for mentoring and has completed many professional development programs such as the Physician Leadership Academy and Medical Journalism elective at the ABC News Medical Unit in New York City.

Her peer reviewed publications and presentations have concentrations in gastrointestinal oncology, diversity and inclusion, physician wellness and strategies to address burnout among hematology and oncology trainees. She is a member of many professional memberships such as the ASCO and AACR.

Dr. Rogers' area of clinical and research focus are gastrointestinal malignancies with a special interest in pancreatic cancer, the microbiome, circulating tumor DNA and cancer disparities.


Masters Degree
New York Medical College

Medical Degree
New York Medical College

Bachelor Degree
Cornell University