Harold E. Cohen, R.Ph., B.S., B.Ph., is a licensed pharmacist and SVP, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of U.S. Pharmacist, the #1 read peer-reviewed journal subscribed by approximately 150,000 pharmacists. He completed his pharmacy and undergraduate studies at Rutgers University College of Arts and Sciences and his graduate work at Rutgers College of Pharmacy. Shortly after gradation he owned and operated two community pharmacies in New Jersey before entering the world of publishing.
Throughout his publishing career he has held the position of Publisher and/or Editor-in-Chief at several prestigious pharmacy journals including Drug Topics, Pharmacy Times, and Drug Store News. During his 40-year professional career, Harold has served on several national and international association committees and boards including the position of Chairman of the National Council of Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP) twice.
He is a well-known speaker both here and abroad on topics relating to pharmacy and communications. He has also spoken at many pharmacy schools and association meetings on topics ranging from the business of pharmacy to the profession of pharmacy. As Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of U.S. Pharmacist, Harold is responsible for the business and editorial direction of this clinically-focused, peer-reviewed publication.