Dr. Jonathan Cohen graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Medical School. He completed his residency at The Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, his fellowship in gastroenterology at UCLA in Los Angeles, and advanced fellowship in interventional therapeutic endoscope at The Wellesley Hospital in Toronto, Canada. Dr. Cohen is currently a Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU School of medicine. He has co-authored numerous articles on his research findings in gastroenterology and endoscopy and presented results of his studies at several scientific meetings. He edited the textbook “Comprehensive Atlas of High-Resolution Endoscopy and Narrowband Imaging”. A frequent lecturer, he has directed several courses at the national level and is a past President of the New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Dr. Cohen also has been named to the New York Super Doctors® list for several consecutive years.
Co-Director of the of the Integrative Weight Management Program at Concorde Medical Group, Dr. Cohen is dedicated to providing a holistic, intensive, yet convenient approach to help patients with obesity achieve their long term health goals. In addition to providing general gastroenterology care, Dr. Cohen performs specialized advanced therapeutic endoscopy procedures such as ERCP, large polyp resection, Barrett’s ablation and endoscopic obesity procedures such as intragastric balloon placement, suture anastomosis revision for weight regain following gastric bypass surgery and ESG . He has an expertise in the field of disorders of the bile duct, pancreas, and liver.
Harvard University, MD, Boston, MA 1990
Beth Israel Hospital, Internal Medicine, Boston, MA 1991
Beth Israel Hospital, Internal Medicine, Boston, MA 1993
UCLA, Gastroenterology, Los Angeles, CA 1995
The Wellesley Hospital, Intervention Therapeutic Endoscopy, Toronto, Ontario 1996
American Board of Internal Medicine Diplomate, Subspecialty of Gastroenterology