Dr. Howard Cohen attended Emory University for his undergraduate studies. Thereafter, he attended the Medical College of Georgia where he graduated Alpha Omega Alpha in 1977. He returned to Emory for his internship and residency in Internal Medicine. Dr. Cohen furthered his medical training by completing a fellowship in infectious diseases at Yale University School of Medicine. He was engaged in the practice of infectious diseases in the metropolitan Atlanta area for the past 28 years. During the summer of 2006, as a Johnson & Johnson Scholar, in conjunction with Yale University School of Medicine, Dr. Cohen served as a mentor for a team of medical students and residents in Eritrea, Africa. He has been named as a “Top Doctor” on multiple occasions in Atlanta Magazine. In August of 2012, Dr. Cohen joined the faculty of medical school as an associate professor of medicine on the Athens campus. He was named Educator of the Year on multiple occasions since joining the medical faculty.
clinical correlations--- bridging the gap between basic pathophysiologic principles and the clinical care and treatment of patients. Clinical skills and essentials of clinical medicine Bedside rounds with emphasis on didactic teaching
Infectious diseases antibiotic resistance and stewardship global health initiatives