- Seizure Disorders
- Clinical Neurophysiology
- Women’s Issues in Neurology
Dr. Rogin is not accepting new patients at this time.
My goals for my patients are: No seizures and no side effects. Treat each person individually.
Dr. Rogin is married and has two adult children.
- Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude – University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
- Doctor of Medicine – University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis
- Neurology Residency – University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
- EEG and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship – University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
- Board Certified – Neurology
- Board Certified – Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology
- Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology
- Minnesota Medical Association
- American Epilepsy Society
- American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine
- American Clinical Neurophysiology Society
- Minnesota Society of Neurological Sciences, Former President
- Minnesota Academy of Physicians
Publications, Directorships, Boards, Additional Positions
- Professional Advisory Board, Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota, 1984-present
- Medical Director – Midwest Center for Seizure Disorders, Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology, Golden Valley, MN, 1985-present
- Clinical Professor of Neurology, University of Minnesota Medical School; 1996-present
- Dr. Rogin has served as principal investigator and has participated in multiple clinical trials and research studies involving the new and currently used antiepileptic drugs. For information on ongoing clinical trials or opportunities to participate in studies, please contact Dr. Rogin’s office.
- Dr. Rogin has participated in clinical research involving many of the antiepileptic drugs. She consults and speaks to educate physicians and patients on the use of the drugs and the treatment of epilepsy.