Zoe Rogers

Zoe Rogers


Zoe joined the Patient Centered Outcomes Research group in October 2014 and is involved in the Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) of the eRAPID system, recruiting and training patients and staff in the use of eRAPID.  Before joining the group Zoe worked for the Epidemiology and Biostatistics section of LICAP on the data analysis and write-up of a study to identify psychosocial risk factors for worry in a large cohort of melanoma patients.  Prior to this, Zoe was the lead Research Assistant for the Lancashire area of the BeneMin trial: The Benefit of Minocycline on the Negative Syndrome of Psychosis (UKCRN ID: 10411), and was responsible for the recruitment of patients from Early Intervention Services across the Trust.  Her other research experience includes working at the Glasgow Sleep Centre on studies of the persistence of insomnia in breast cancer patients and in the general population.


  • MSc Psychological Studies
  • BSc Computer Science (Hons)

Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Medical Research at St James's