Rabbi Claudio J. Kogan, M.D.
I became a medical doctor in Argentina in 1995 , after studying at the University of Buenos Aires, School of Medicine and doing internship at Baylor School of Medicine , in Houston, Texas. I was a student of Mohel Phillip Sherman and a year later, in 1997, I became a Mohel in Jerusalem, at the Bichur Cholim Hospital under the supervision of the Mohel Josef Halperin. I have performed circumcisions in Israel, Argentina and in the United States of America.
I was ordained as a Reform Rabbi at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Ohio in May, 2003.
My rabbinical thesis was about human cloning from a Jewish and medical standpoint.
I have completed a Master of Bioethics at School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania.
I am able to use either English or Spanish for the Bris Ceremony.
I live in Florida but I am travelling around the United States performing brises and Hatafat Dam (male conversions)
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