Richard B. Rodgers

Richard B. Rodgers, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery


Dr. Richard Rodgers' clinical specialties are neurotrauma and neurocritical care. His expertise is surgical management and patient care of neurotrauma, and his research focus is clinical studies/trials in patients with traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury.  Dr. Rodgers began actively publishing in 2002 and since then has published 9 peer-reviewed journal articles in Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, Journal of Neurosurgery, and Neuroscience. He has published 5 book chapters on topics related to vascular disorders of the spinal cord in adults and children, and acute treatment of patients with spinal cord injury


(317) 396-1300 

Neurological Surgery
Indiana University Neuroscience Center 355 W. 16th St, Suite 5100
Indianapolis, IN 46202


Titles & Appointments

  • Goodman Campbell Education Scholar in Neurological Surgery