Jennifer Rodgers, M.A., L.P.C.
Jennifer is the lead Research Coordinator for clinical research studies pertaining to lower extremity/limb deformity/reconstruction. Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a Minor in Business from Texas A&M and her Master of Arts in Counseling from Saint Louis University. She was a staff therapist and lead researcher in the department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine before joining our TSRH research team in October 2014. In her role as Clinical Research Coordinator she works with the Principal Investigators, medical staff, and lead researchers within the Center for Excellence for Limb Deformity and Reconstruction to manage the associated clinical research projects. Her duties include contributing to the writing of study protocols, screening/enrolling prospective study patients, generating reports on research data/findings, assisting with data collection and maintaining the regulatory study files. One of Jennifer’s main studies is the Prospective Limb Lengthening and Deformity Registry, led by Dr. David Podeszwa as Principle Investigator, which involves the capture of patient reported outcomesof patients undergoing limb lengthening/reconstruction surgery.