Lecturer
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Medicine
Queen’s University, 2005, BSc, Biochemistry
University of BC, 2011, PhD, Biochemistry
6048220511
D.H. Copp Building 1209
2146 Health Sciences Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3
Canada

I teach several undergraduate courses within the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology department. I also coordinate and teach within the Vancouver Summer Program which offers condensed 2-course packages to international students studying at UBC in July/August.

My research expertise relates to omics-based techniques and systems-level analyses of posttranslational modifications. My current interests lie in the fields of environmental science and environmental health where biochemical understanding can elucidate complex and often controversial global issues.

I love discussing science and interacting with students at all levels.

Scott NE, Rogers LD, Prudova A, Brown NF, Fortelny N, Overall CM, Foster LJ. (2017). Interactome disassembly during apoptosis occurs independent of caspase cleavage.Molecular Systems Biology. 13(1): 906.

Qing X, Rogers LD, Mortha A, Lavin Y, Redecha P, Issuree PD, Maretzky T, Merad M, McIIwain D, Mak TW, Overall CM, Blobel CP, Salmon JE. (2016). iRhom2 regulates CSF1R cell surface expression and non-steady state myelopoiesis in mice. European Journal of Immunology. 46(12): 2737-48.

Huesgen PF, Lange PF, Rogers LD, Solis N, Eckhard U, Kleifeld O, Goulas T, Gomis-Rüth FX, Overall CM. (2014). LysargiNase mirrors trypsin for protein C-terminal and methylation-site identification. Nature Methods. 12(1): 55-8.

Brown NF, Rogers LD, Sanderson KL, Gouw JW, Hartland EL, Foster LJ. (2014). A horizontally acquired transcription factor coordinates salmonella adaptations to host microenvironments. mBio. 5(5): e01727-14.

Rogers LD, Overall CM. (2013). Proteolytic post-translational modification of proteins: proteomic tools and methodology. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics. 12(12): 3532-42.

Imami K, Bhavsar AP, Yu H, Brown NF, Rogers LD, Finlay BB, Foster LJ. (2013). Global impact of Salmonella pathogenicity island 2-secreted effectors on the host phosphoproteome. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics. 12(6): 1632-43.

Rogers LD, Brown NF, Fang Y, Pelech S, Foster LJ. (2011). Phosphoproteomic analysis of Salmonella-infected cells identifies key kinase regulators and SopB-dependent host phosphorylation events. Science Signaling. 4(191): rs9.

Auweter SD, Bhavsar AP, de Hoog CL, Li Y, Chan YA, van der Heijden J, Lowden MJ, Coombes BK, Rogers LD, Stoynov N, Foster LJ, Finlay BB. (2011). Quantitative mass spectrometry catalogues Salmonella pathogenicity island-2 effectors and identifies their cognate host binding partners. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286(27): 24023-35.

Rogers LD, Fang Y, Foster LJ. (2010). An integrated global strategy for cell lysis, fractionation, enrichment and mass spectrometric analysis of phosphorylated peptides. Molecular BioSystems. 6(5): 822-29.

Rogers LD, Foster LJ. (2009). Phosphoproteomics–finally fulfilling the promise? Molecular BioSystems. 5(10): 1122-9.

Rogers LD, Kristensen AR, Boyle EC, Robinson DP, Ly RT, Finlay BB, Foster LJ. (2008). Identification of cognate host targets and specific ubiquitylation sites on the Salmonella SPI-1 effector SopB/SigD. Journal of Proteomics. 71(1): 97-108.

Rogers LD, Foster LJ. (2008). Contributions of proteomics to understanding phagosome maturation. Cellular Microbiology. 10(7): 1405-12.

Rogers LD, Foster LJ. (2007). The dynamic phagosomal proteome and the contribution of the endoplasmic reticulum. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104(47): 18520-5.