Dr. Boller attended Boston University School of Medicine where she received her Masters degree in Medical Sciences in 1995. She went on to receive her MD degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 2000 and subsequently completed her fellowships in colon and rectal surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester and second fellowship at the University of Minnesota's Pelvic Floor Center.
Dr. Boller's specialty focuses on diagnosing and treating colon and rectal malignancies inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and functional and anatomic pelvic disorders including rectal prolapse, sphincter disruptions, rectoceles, sphincter repair and the application of innovative technologies to cure fecal incontinence. Dr. Boller's research interests include laparoscopic rectal cancer surgery, hereditary colon cancer, sacral nerve stimulation and functional and quality of life outcomes following pelvic floor surgery.
Dr. Boller is also heavily involved in the development of Northwestern University's new Integrated Women's Pelvic Health Program, a multidisciplinary clinic comprised of urologists, urogynecologists, physiatrists, physical therapists and colon and rectal surgeons working together to diagnose and manage pelvic floor disorders.