Alicia K. Rogers, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Biology

University of Texas Arlington

655 West Mitchell Street

Arlington, TX 76019


Phone: (817) 272 - 2873

Office Location: SEIR 466

Lab Location: SEIR 472

The Rogers Lab will be located on the 4th floor of the Science & Engineering Innovation & Research Building (SEIR)  at the University of Texas Arlington. The lab is affiliated with the Department of Biology in the College of Science.

 As a newly-established research group, we would love for curious scientists interested in the lab's scientific areas to consider joining our team. Available projects will provide the opportunity to be trained in experimental molecular biology and bioinformatics. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply! Need a work-study position? Let me know!

Dr. Rogers can be contacted with any further questions and to apply year-round via email at

Prospective High School and Undergraduate Students looking to gain research experience in biology and bioinformatics can apply by e-mailing Dr. Rogers a CV and a one page summary of research interests and career goals. Please note: A minimum commitment of 10 hours/week for research in the lab is required.

Prospective Graduate Students should apply through the Quantitative Biology graduate program at University of Texas Arlington. You must first be accepted into the Rotation Program by the BRAC to rotate in The Rogers Lab. The Rogers Lab does not participate in the Direct Admit Program. 

Already accepted into the UTA Biology PhD Rotation Program? Please e-mail Dr. Rogers if you're interested in rotating in the lab!

Prospective Postdocs and Staff Researchers can apply by e-mailing Dr. Rogers the following information: cover letter, one page summary of research interests and career goals, CV, reprints of recent publications (if available), and contact information for 3-5 references.