Michael Cohen (pharmacist)

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Michael Cohen is an American pharmacist, and president of The Institute for Safe Medication Practices.[1] He was a 2005 MacArthur Fellow.


He graduated from Temple University with a RPh, and MS. He wrote a column for the journal Hospital Pharmacy. He writes a column for the Philadelphia Inquirer.[2]


He is married to Hedy Cohen and has two children, Rachel Cohen and Jennifer Gold. [3]



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