Graduate Research Assistant
Myles Rogers is a graduate research assistant at ARAC, working primarily in the laboratory researching the link between antimicrobial use in meat production and human antibiotic-resistant infections. He is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Environmental Health and Policy at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University. Myles graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor's degree in Geology and a minor in Geographic Information Systems. Before transitioning to George Washington, Myles worked at an environmental consulting firm for 2 years. This experience allowed him to realize he wanted a more multidisciplinary role at the intersection of environment and human well-being.