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Joanna Susan Cohen, MD

The Center for Hospital-based Specialties

Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services

Board CertificationsAmerican Board of Pediatrics
American Board of Pediatrics/Emergency Medicine
National Provider Identifier1649341090

Dr Cohen is an attending in Children's Emergency Department. Her primary research interest includes bedside ultrasonography in the ED.
TypeSchoolLocationDegreeField of StudyYears
Undergraduate Education Washington University St. Louis, MOBachelor of Arts 1994 -1998
Medical School SUNY Downstate Medical Center Doctor of Medicine 1998 -2002
National & International Recognitions
Outstanding Presentation AwardSAEM MidAtlantic Research Meeting2006
Joshua H. Weiner International Health Fellowship2002
Journal Article, Cohen JS, Benton AS, Nwachukwu F, Ozedirne T, Teach SJ and Freishtat RJ (2010), P-Glycoprotein Transporter Expression on A549 Respiratory Epithelial Cells Is Positively Correlated With Intracellular Dexamethasone Levels, J Invest Med, 58, 8.

Book Chapter, Cohen JS, Klein B (2010), Chapter: Laceration and Wounds, In Behrman R, Kliegman R., Jenson H, Textbook of Pediatrics.

Book Chapter, Cohen JS, Brown KM (2010), Chapter: Respiratory Distress, In Strange GR, Ahrens WR, Lelyveld S, Schafermeyer RW, Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts.

Journal Article, Cohen JS, Gioia G, Atabaki S, Teach SJ (2009), Sports-related Concussions in Pediatrics., Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 21, 2.

Journal Article, Freishtat RJ, Natale J, Benton AS, Cohen JS, Sharron M, Wiles AA, Ngor WM, Mojgani B, Bradbury M, Degnan A, Sachdeva R, Debiase LM, Ghimbovschi S, Chow M, Bunag C, Kristosturyan E, and Hoffman EP (2009), Sepsis alters the megakaryocyte-platelet transcriptional axis resulting in granzyme b-mediated lymphotoxicity, Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 179, 467-473.

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