Jefferson University Hospitals

Physician Profile

Mitchell J. M. Cohen, MD

Academic Title: Professor

Psychiatry & Human Behavior - Chronic Pain

Office Locations

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 210
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 955-6592
Fax: (215) 923-2853

Medical Services

Board Certifications

  • Psychiatry
  • Pain Management

Hospital Affiliation / Admitting Privileges

  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
  • Methodist Hospital Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Awards and Honors

Philadelphia Magazine's Top Docs 2015,2014,2013,2012,2011,2010


  • Medical College of Pennsylvania, Medical School


  • Francis Scott Key Medical Center


  • Johns Hopkins University Hospital

Recent Publications

Finding the signal in the noise: Could social media be utilized for early hospital notification of multiple casualty events?

Fat emboli syndrome and the orthopaedic trauma surgeon: lessons learned and clinical recommendations

The research agenda for trauma critical care

Multivariate soft repulsive system identification for constructing rule-based classification systems: Application to trauma clinical data

Translational approaches to coagulopathy after trauma: Towards targeted treatment

Onset of Coagulation Function Recovery Is Delayed in Severely Injured Trauma Patients with Venous Thromboembolism

Western Trauma Association Critical Decisions in Trauma: Management of adult blunt splenic trauma - 2016 updates

Damage control resuscitation in patients with severe traumatic hemorrhage: A practice management guideline from the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma

Individual clotting factor contributions to mortality following trauma

Targeted clinical control of trauma patient coagulation through a thrombin dynamics model

Coagulopathy of Trauma

Correlation between factor (F)XIa, FIXa and tissue factor and trauma severity

Preperitoneal pelvic packing is effective for hemorrhage control in open pelvic fractures

Characterization of distinct coagulopathic phenotypes in injury: Pathway-specific drivers and implications for individualized treatment

Activated Protein C Drives the Hyperfibrinolysis of Acute Traumatic Coagulopathy

Western trauma association critical decisions in trauma: Management of rib fractures

Western Trauma Association Critical Decisions in Trauma: Management of pelvic fracture with hemodynamic instability - 2016 updates

Prothrombotic skeletal muscle myosin directly enhances prothrombin activation by binding factors Xa and Va

Identification of disease states associated with coagulopathy in trauma

New understandings of post injury coagulation and resuscitation