Dr. Eloff is currently on staff in the Division of Epidemiology, Office of Surveillance and Biometrics, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, FDA, where he serves as Senior Scientific Program Manager. In this capacity, Dr. Eloff facilitates the development and implementation of public-private partnerships (PPP) designed to address critical scientific and public health issues. Dr. Eloff also manages the implementation and tracking of intramural and extramural research projects within the Division. Dr. Eloff has facilitated the development of numerous scientific projects and partnerships dedicated to advancing FDA’s public health mission. Dr. Eloff served as the founding chairman of FDA’s internal Cardiovascular Research Interest Group, a multidisciplinary group dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge and collaboration on cardiovascular issues within FDA. Dr. Eloff attended Case Western Reserve University, where he received a BS in Electrical Engineering (1998) and MS (2001) and PhD (2005) degrees in Biomedical Engineering. Previously, he served as Senior Consultant for Strategic Partnerships in the Office of the Chief Scientist, FDA, where he developed numerous cross-cutting PPPs to promote public health. Dr. Eloff has also served as a lead reviewer of premarket submissions in the Cardiac Electrophysiology and Monitoring Branch in the Office of Device Evaluation, CDRH, focusing on review of cardiac ablation devices and electrocardiographs (ECG), among others.