Gary S. Cohen, MD, FSIR

Gary Cohen, MD
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Clinical Locations

  • Temple University Hospital - Main Campus
    3401 N. Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19140
    Phone: 800-836-7536
  • Fox Chase Cancer Center
    333 Cottman Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19111
    Phone: 888-369-2427

Chair, Department of Diagnostic Imaging

Chief, Interventional Radiology

Radiologist-in-Chief, Temple University Health System

Chair and Professor, Radiology, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University


  • Vascular Interventional Radiology

Treatment Focus

Interventional Oncology, Microwave, Cryo Ablation. TIPS, y90 therapies. Vascular Intervention & Stenting


Educational Background

  • Fellow, Vascular/Interventional Radiology, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1991-1993
  • Resident, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1988-1992 
  • Chief Resident, Radiology, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1990-1991 
  • MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, 1988 


  • American Board of Radiology - Interventional Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology


  • Radiological Society of North America
  • Association of Program Directors in Interventional Radiology 
  • Society of Interventional Radiology
  • American College of Radiology
  • Philadelphia Angiography Society
  • Association of Chiefs of Interventional Radiology

Honors & Awards

  • Philadelphia Magazine Top Doctors Vascular/Interventional Radiology, 2004-2009, 2013-2020
  • Best Doctors in America® , 2019-2020, Radiology
  • America's Top Doctors®2015- 2017

Research Interests

Liver Cancer, y90, Ablation Therapies

Selected Publications

Lapin EP, Cohen GS, et al:  Unilateral Dopaminergic Lesions Impair Cognitive Spatial Behavior in the Rat.  "Eighth International Symposium on Parkinson's Disease", pp. 131, 1985.

Lapin EP, Maker HS, Cohen GS, et al.  Interaction of Nicotine With Rat Brain Dopamine Neurons.  "Transactions of the American Society For Neurochemistry", 16:133, 1985.

Lapin EP, Maker HS, Cohen GS, et al.:  Impairment of Cognition by a Unilateral Dopaminergic Lesion.  "Transaction of The American Society For Neurochemistry, 17:244, 1986.

Lapin EP, et al., with acknowledgement of Cohen GS: Dopamine-like Action of Nicotine: Lack of Tolerance and Reverse Tolerance, Brain Research, 407:351-363, 1987.

Miller JA, Cohen GS, Warshaw R, Kilburn K:  Choice (CRT) and simple reaction times (SRT) compared in laboratory technicians:  factors influencing reaction and a predictive model.  Am J Ind Med 19:687-697, 1989.

Cohen GS, Ball, DS:  Delayed Migration of Wallstent After TIPSS Procedure: Relocation with a Loop Snare. JVIR, 4:561-563, 1993.

Comerota AJ, Cohen GS:  Overview of Thrombolytic Therapy in Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease:  Mechanisms of Action and Drugs Available.  Canadian Journal of Radiology, 36:4, 1993.

Flynn DE, Caroline DF, Gembala RB, Ball DS, Radecki PD, Cohen GS:  "Urinoma Secondary to Surgical Spinal Fusion:  Radiologic Diagnosis and Treatment.  Abdom Imaging, 18:292-294, 1993.

Cohen GS, Radecki PD, Ball DS, Gembala RB:  Sonographic Appearance of Gas Containing Inferior Vena Cava Thrombus:  J. Ultrasound Med 13:222-224, 1994.

Cohen GS, Ball DS, Wurzel J, et al.  Peliosis Hepatis Mimicking Hepatic Abscess:  Fatal Outcome Following Percutaneous Drainage:  JVIR, 5:643-645, 1994.

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