Gregory Cooper, MD
Program Director, Gastroenterology, UH Cleveland Medical Center
Co-Program Leader for Cancer Prevention and Control, UH Cleveland Medical Center
Professor, Medicine, CWRU School of Medicine
Co-Program Leader for Cancer Prevention and Control, UH Seidman Cancer Center
UH Cleveland Medical Center
Department of Medicine-Gastroenterology
11100 Euclid Ave
UH Westlake Health Center
960 Clague Rd
UH Digestive Health Institute, Ste 2100A
UH Chagrin Highlands Health Center
3909 Orange Place
UH Digestive Health Institute, Ste 3200
Gastroenterology, Gastrointestional Cancer
American Board of Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
Education & Training
1982, University of Pennsylvania
Medical / Professional School(s):
1986, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
1987, Internal Medicine - University Hospitals of Cleveland
1989, Internal Medicine - University Hospitals of Cleveland
1992, Internal Medicine/Chief Resident - University Hospitals of Cleveland
1991, Gastroenterology - University Hospitals of Cleveland
1993, Gastroenterology - University Hospitals of Cleveland
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As of December 31, 2016, Gregory Cooper, MD did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.