DPLM Faculty Profiles — Dr. Kaiser-Rogers

Kathleen Kaiser-Rogers, PhD

Kathleen A. Kaiser–Rogers, PhD


Associate Director, Cytogenetics Laboratory

Office: 919-966-1595

E-mail: kkr@med.unc.edu

Research Interests

Research in our clinical cytogenetics laboratory involves the use of both traditional and molecular cytogenetic techniques, including the SNP chromosome microarray technology, to identify and characterize rearrangements found in our patient population.

Selected Publications

Parrott A, James J, Goldenberg P, Hinton RB, Miller E, Shikany A, Aylsworth AS, Kaiser-Rogers K, Ferns SJ, Lalani SR, Ware SM.  Aortopathy in the 7q11.23 microduplication syndrome.  Am J Med Genet. 2015;167A(2):363-70.

Patel M, Gomez NC, McFadden A.W., Moats-Staats B, Wu S, Rojas A, Sapp T, Simon JM, Smith SV, Kaiser-Rogers K, Davis IJ. PTEN deficiency mediates a reciprocal response to IGF1 and mTOR inhibition. Mol Cancer Res. 2014;12(11):1610-20.

K. Kaiser-Rogers, D. Trembath, C.R. Miller. In situ hybridization.  In  Encyclopedia of Neurological Sciences, 2nd Edition (R. B. Daroff and M. J. Aminoff and, eds), June 2014.

Osborne CM, Hardisty E, Devers P, Kaiser-Rogers K, Hayden MA, Goodnight W, Vora NL.  Discordant noninvasive prenatal testing results in a patient subsequently diagnosed with metastatic disease.  Prenat Diagn. 2013;33:1-3. doi: 10.1002/pd.4100.

Van Mater D, Knelson E H, Kaiser-Rogers K A,  Armtstrong MB.  Neuroblastoma in a Pediatric Patient with a Microduplication of 2p involving the MYCN locus. Am J Med Genet. 2013;1(3):605-10. doi: 10.1002/ajmg.a.35766.

K.A. Kaiser-Rogers, K.W. Rao. Translocations and Other Structural Rearrangements.  In Principals of Clinical Cytogenetics; third edition (S.L. Gersen and M.B. Keagle, eds.),  2013. Springer, New York, pp139-174.