Dr. Cogle earned his medical degree at the University of Florida, where he also subspecialized in medical oncology. Dr. Cogle completed an additional fellowship in stem cell research and blood & bone marrow transplantation at Duke University.
Dr. Cogle has published over 80 articles in peer-reviewed journals, written in 3 books, and has been named a Scholar in Clinical Research by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He is also active in teaching and has mentored 50 students and invented two new pedagogies for teaching oncology to future doctors.
In leadership, Dr. Cogle is the elected State Chairperson of the Florida Cancer Control and Research Advisory Council, which advises the Florida legislature, Florida Surgeon General and Florida Governor on cancer-related issues. The mission of the Council is to reduce the burden of cancer in Florida. Dr. Cogle is also a member of the National Academy of Science's National Cancer Policy Forum.