University of Nebraska Medical Center

Kaylyn Rogers, MHPTT, MT(ASCP)BBCM

Clinical Education Coordinator


Kaylyn Rogers, MHPTT, MT(ASCP)BBCM

Rogers is an instructor and Clinical Education Coordinator at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the Medical Laboratory Science Program within the College of Allied Health Professions on the Kearney, Nebraska, campus. She holds bachelor's degrees in biology and medical technology and a master’s in Health Professions Teaching and Technology.

Rogers worked clinically as a medical laboratory scientist for 15 years in the role of generalist and blood bank specialist and served as a clinical instructor and site liaison for the UNMC Medical Laboratory Science program.

Rogers teaches students in online, in-person, and hybrid formats. Her duties as a Clinical Education Coordinator include coordinating activities related to the clinical experience for MLS students assigned to clinical affiliate sites outside of the Omaha, Nebraska, area.

  • Master of Health Professions Teaching and Technology (MHPTT), University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • BS, Biology, University of Nebraska at Kearney, 1998
  • BS, Medical Technology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1999