GW Integrative Medicine's Mikhail Kogan Named a Top Doc

The Washingtonian magazine recognizes work of GW integrative geriatrician.
Mikhail Kogan | "Top Doctor Washingtonian 2023"

Mikhail "Misha" Kogan, MD, ABIOM, RCST, medical director of the GW Center for Integrative Medicine (GW CIM), was named one of Washington, D.C.’s top doctors by Washingtonian magazine in it's November 2023 issue.  An associate professor of Medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, he is a leader in the newly-established field of Integrative Geriatrics.

He practices Geriatric and Integrative Medicine in a variety of settings: at the George Washington Hospital, at the GW CIM, and serving patients via home visits. A faculty member of the GW Institute for Brain Health and Dementia, he is the chief editor of the first definitive textbook of the field entitled “Integrative Geriatric Medicine, ” published by Oxford University Press as part of Andrew Weil Integrative Medicine Library series and is frequent speaker at a variety of international conferences on the topics of Integrative Medicine and Geriatrics, healthy aging, and geriatrics, neurodegenerative diseases, and medical cannabis.

Dr. Kogan is also the author of a highly acclaimed book “Medical Marijuana: Dr. Kogan’s Evidence-Based Guide to the Health Benefits of Cannabis and CBD.”  The GW Center for Integrative Medicine is one of only 29 integrative medicine centers in the United States. The center effectively combines conventional and evidence-based complementary modalities and for 25 years has fostered close collaboration with the George Washington University Medical Center’s physicians in most subspecialties.

Congratulations, Dr. Kogan!

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