Adam Rogers 92C 96M
New England Eye Center
Adam Rogers is a retina specialist at the New England Eye Center and assistant professor of ophthalmology at Tufts University School of Medicine. During his career, he has authored 23 peer-reviewed journal articles, two books, and numerous book chapters. In 2010 he cofounded Hemera Biosciences, a privately held biotech company to bring to market its patented, complement-blocking gene therapy for the treatment of age-related macular degeneration.
Dr. Rogers is both a trustee of the Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation and current board chair of One Family. Founded in 1999, One Family’s core mission is to end family homelessness in Massachusetts through higher education, government systems change, and workforce development.
He graduated from Emory College in 1992 and Emory Medical School in 1996. Dr. Rogers and his wife, Stephanie 92C, reside in Boston with their three children.