Cohen is recognized as an expert in the field of hair replacement
surgery. He has developed his own innovative techniques utilizing
follicular unit grafts that are now being used by hair transplant
surgeons throughout the United States.
Dr. Cohen lectures on hair transplantation and hair loss
at the Yale University School of Medicine where he is associate
clinical professor of dermatology. Dr. Cohen has been a frequent
speaker at both national and international conferences on
hair restoration surgery. Most recently, he was an invited
speaker and faculty member at the World Hair Association live
surgery meeting as well as a featured speaker at the annual
meeting of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.
Recently Dr. Cohen was recognized as one of The Top Hair
Transplant Surgeons in North America by Town and Country Magazine.
The New York Times has profiled Dr. Cohen and his work in
major articles. Connecticut Magazine has reported on Dr. Cohen's
surgery. He has been featured in Men's Health and Self Magazine
as well as The Connecticut Post. Dr. Cohen has published articles
in the Journal of Dermatologic Surgery, the Journal of Geriatric
Dermatology, and the Hair Transplant Forum International.
Dr. Cohen was an undergraduate at Tufts University. He received
his M.D. cum laude from the Downstate Medical Center in 1967
and was elected to the AOA Honor Medical Society. After his
internship at Montefiore Hospital in New York City, he was
commissioned as a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps.
His residency training in dermatology was at the Yale University
School of Medicine where he was appointed chief resident of
dermatology in 1972. Dr. Cohen has been in private practice
since 1973 in Fairfield, Connecticut where he began specializing
in hair loss and its treatment.