James A. Rogers, Ph.D.
Vice President of Statistics, Quantitative Sciences
Jim Rogers is the Vice President of Statistics in the Quantitative Sciences Business Unit at Metrum Research Group. After receiving his doctorate in statistics from The Ohio State University in 2001, Jim worked for two years on genomic and metabonomic analyses for biotechnology companies, followed by five years at Pfizer Global Research and Development where he worked initially and as a nonclinical statistician and later as a clinical biostatistician. In 2008, Jim joined Metrum Research Group in order to work in closer collaboration with quantitative biologists and pharmacometricians. Over the course of his 15 years at MetrumRG, Jim has worked on decision informatics across a wide range of therapeutic areas and therapeutic modalities. Recurring areas of focus have included problems related to dose selection and dose optimization, as well as platform development based on disease progression models and clinical trial simulation. From a methodological perspective, Jim’s focus in recent years has centered on the role of causal inference concepts in evidence integration. Jim believes that scientists trained in statistics can revolutionize the discipline of pharmacometrics and that scientists trained in pharmacometrics can revolutionize the discipline of statistics.