Deborah Cohen Bio, Age, Husband, Salary, Net Worth ITV News

Deborah Cohen
Deborah Cohen

Deborah Cohen Biography

Deborah Cohen works as ITV News’ Science Editor. Prior to that, she worked at BBC Newsnight as a Health Correspondent.

Cohen studied Medicine with French and graduated in 2003 from Manchester University. Before she went to Westminster University graduating with an intercalated degree in Journalism.

Deborah Cohen Age

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Deborah Cohen Height

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Deborah Cohen Education

Cohen studied Medicine with French and graduated in 2003 from Manchester University. Before she went to Westminster University graduating with an intercalated degree in Journalism.

Deborah Cohen Family

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Deborah Cohen Husband

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Deborah Cohen Salary

Deborah earns an annual salary that ranges between $41,928-$45,531. This is according to ITV News editor’s salaries.

Deborah Cohen Net Worth

Deborah has an estimated net worth of  $700,000.

Deborah Cohen Career

ITV News titled Cohen as their Science Editor In October 2021. She held the position of Health Correspondent at BBC Newsnight, an award-winning and medically-qualified journalist. Previously, she worked as the Newsnight UK Correspondent covering social policy, science, and health.

Her good image as a journalist has led to several awards like at the British Journalism Awards 2019 she got an award for Life Sciences Journalist of the Year. Recently, she let out a major story that exposed safeguarding concerns at the Tavistock Centre, the story was reported widely.

Cohen worked across TV, newspapers, radio, and academic journals. She worked as an Investigations Editor at the British Medical Journal for ten years, it was the first post of its kind on a medical journal building up its name for collaborative investigations and conducting in-house such as File On 4, Panorama, and dispatches among others.

She also worked at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford as a Research Fellow.

Cohen studied Medicine with French and graduated in 2003 from Manchester University. Before she went to Westminster University graduating with an intercalated degree in Journalism.