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Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine

Director, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Lung Cancer and Thoracic Program
City of Hope National Medical Center

Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
COPD Chronic Care Map
Oxygen Therapy
Tobacco Dependency, Smoking Cessation and E-Cigarettes


Associate Medical Director, eHealth Center
Director, Research & Quality
Westchester Medical Center Health Network
Associate Professor of Medicine
New York Medical College
Department of Medicine
Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Surviving Sepsis
Smoking Cessation
Sarcoidosis: Diagnosis and Treatment
Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
Noninvasive Ventilation across the Spectrum of Indications: An Evidence-Based Overview
An Introduction to Pulmonary Immunology
Pharmacogenetics for the Practicing Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician
Pulmonary Hypertension: Diagnosis and Management
Cystic Fibrosis

Excellent lecture! – Christ HospitalEVALUATIONS CAME BACK MOSTLY EXCELLENT AND Chief OF DEPT WAS VERY IMPRESSED – Mount Sinai Medical Center

Chief, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Clinical Professor
City of Hope National Medical Center


For over 30 years, David Horak, M.D., has been a fixture at City of Hope, and for most of that time he has led our Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. In addition to working with lung cancer patients, Dr. Horak diagnoses and treats patients suffering from severe respiratory disease, like emphysema or COPD. Dr. Horak graduated from Stanford University and received his medical degree from University of California, Los Angeles, going on to complete his internship, residency and fellowship in pulmonary medicine at UCLA/Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Horak also serves as Medical Director of City of Hope’s Intensive Care Unit, as well as Medical Director of our Pulmonary Physiology Laboratory. A key player in City of Hope’s continuing medical education programs, he moderates regular conferences examining the latest diagnosis and treatment strategies.

Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine MSIV Clerkship
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Keck School of Medicine of USC

Managing the Crashing Asthmatic

Got wheezing-Approach to Pediatric Respiratory Illness_

Big Problems in Little People–DVT/PE, Stroke and MI in Kids

Pediatric Neurologic Emergencies

Pediatric Surgical Emergencies

Life Threatening Rashes

The Pediatric Airway

Access Emergencies


Fever in Infants and Children

Multiple Trauma in the Pediatric Patient

Congenital Heart Emergencies for the Emergency Physician

Pediatric Cardiac Emergencies

Posterior Palatal Penetrating Trauma

Pediatric Oncology Emergencies

Pediatric Trauma

Pediatric Abdominal Emergencies

Dr. Rose is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She completed her Emergency Medicine training at Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center and her Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC at LAC+USC Medical Center. Passionate about education, she directs the Pediatric Emergency Medical education of the EM residency at LAC+USC, the Peds EM student clerkship and lectures at several large national conferences each year. She was recently awarded the Emergency Medicine Faculty of the Year by both the Emergency Medicine residency as well as by the Keck School of Medicine EM interest group. Her real accomplishment, however, is surviving having three kids in diapers.
Excellent! – Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center Very good speaker! – Citrus Valley Medical Center

Assistant Director, Evaluation and Treatment Center
Clinical Assistant Professor of Hospital and Family Medicine
City of Hope National Medical Center

Respiratory Disorders

Michael Zourabian, M.D., is Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Medical Specialties and the Assistant Director of the Evaluation and Treatment Center (ETC). Dr. Zourabian was born and raised in Russia, where he received his MD degree from the Yerevan State Medical University in 1983, and his post-doctoral training in thoracic surgery at the Moscow Medical Academy in 1990. He was a resident and fellow in thoracic surgery in Armenia and in St. Petersburg, Russia. He served as the Chief Physician of the Evaluation Treatment Center at Tuberculosis Hospital #7 in Moscow, Russia, and in the Department of Surgery at Pulmonary Hospital in Abovian, Armenia. Dr. Zourabian then moved to the United States where he completed a residency in Family Medicine at Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital in Whittier, California. During his residency, Dr. Zourabian was a hospitalist at City of Hope. He also worked at the same time as a respiratory therapist at multiple medical facilities throughout the Los Angeles area, including City of Hope. Dr. Zourabian has published multiple peer-reviewed papers focused on thoracic surgery. He speaks fluent Russian and Armenian as well as English. He has been an outstanding, hard-working, committed nocturnist for us for a number of years, and City of Hope is fortunate to have this well trained and experienced physician on our faculty.

ICU Director
Hackensack UMC Mountainside
Medical Director, Respiratory Therapy Program
Voluntary Clinical Faculty
Department of Medicine, Rutgers Ð New Jersey Medical School

Current Management of Diffuse Interstitial Lung Disease
COPD for the Non-Pulmonologist
COPD: The Age of Inflammaging
Current Management of ILD
Critical Care Medicine Update
Pregnancy in the Critically Ill
Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Lung Cancer Screening
Near Fatal Asthma
Ventilator Associated Pneumonia

We really enjoyed him and he was very good! Last Minute CEUsDr. Cohen was a really great speaker who interacted very well with the physicians/allied health staff!We would gladly welcome him back again for another CME lecture.East Orange General Hospital