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    Dr. Eloy is currently Professor and Vice Chair of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He serves as the Director of Rhinology and Sinus Surgery, Director of Otolaryngology Research, and Co-Director of the Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery Program. Dr. Eloy also has joint appointments as Professor of Neurological Surgery and Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He is currently the President of University Physician Associates of New Jersey, Inc., The Faculty Practice Plan of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, the Vice President of the Doctor’s Center Management Corporation, the Vice President of the New Jersey Academy of Otolaryngology/New Jersey Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, and the Chair and Chief of Service of the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. His clinical/surgical interests and area of expertise include medical and surgical management of refractory rhinosinusitis, endoscopic management of sinonasal neoplasia, cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea, ventral skull base lesions, endoscopic revision sinus surgery, and computer – aided sinus surgery.

    Throughout his career, Dr. Eloy demonstrated a thirst and proficiency for research, education, and excellence in patient care. His contributions to the fields of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Neurological Surgery include over 420 journal articles, over 390 peer-reviewed articles, 3 books, and 30 book chapters in the subfield of Rhinology, Endoscopic Sinus and Skull Base Surgery, over 440 scientific presentations at regional, national, and international otolaryngologic and neurological surgery meetings, as well as over 260 invited lectures and oral presentations. His research topics encompass a wide area of the fields of otolaryngology, neurological surgery, and ophthalmology, and include endoscopic and open sinus surgery, minimally invasive endoscopic skull base surgery, malpractice in otolaryngology, as well as studies of gender disparities in otolaryngology and other surgical specialties. Dr. Eloy has also started a successful fellowship program in Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery five years ago (the only such program in the state of New Jersey).

    Dr. Eloy is a member of the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Admission Committee, the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School University Physician Associates board of directors, and is involved in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery resident training.

    Dr. Eloy has been the recipient of numerous accolades, including the prestigious Triological Society Eastern Section Vice Presidential Citation, and the Edward J. Ill Physician Excellence in Medicine Award.

    2016 Triological Society Eastern Section Vice Presidential Award

    In January of 2016, Dr. Eloy was the recipient of the prestigious Triological Society Vice Presidential Award. This award was presented by Dr. Soly Baredes (Chair of Otolaryngology at Rutgers NJMS) during the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting, in Miami, Florida. This award is given by the Triological Society Section Vice president to an exemplary individual that had significantly impacted their life and career in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery.

    2016 Golden Apple Award Winner (excellence in teaching)

    In March of 2016, Dr. Eloy was the recipient of the Golden Apple Subspecialty Award from the medical students of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. This constitutes Dr. Eloy’s second Golden Apple Award. He received this distinction previously in 2013.The Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Golden Apple Awards ceremony is held each year for students to celebrate the outstanding people who have enhanced the medical school experience at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

    2016 Edward J. Ill Physician’s Award®

    On May 4th 2016, Dr. Eloy was the recipient of the prestigious Edward J. Ill Physician’s Award®. Dr. Eloy became the youngest recipient of this lifetime achievement award by many years. The Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Awards® are awarded annually to honor those exemplary physicians and leaders whose dedication to patient care, education, research and public service have significantly impacted the delivery of healthcare in New Jersey and around the nation. The Awards program supports the Excellence in Medicine Scholarship Fund in recognition of a need to support healthcare education in New Jersey.

    The Edward J. Ill Physician’s Award® which began in 1939 is presented annually to one New Jersey physician who merits recognition for distinguished service as a leader in the medical profession and in the community.

    The awardee receives a “Joint Legislative Resolution” by the Senate President, Assembly Speaker, and All Members of The Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey.

    2016 Faculty of the Year Award

    On May 25th 2016, Dr. Eloy was honored with the distinction of clinical faculty of the year. This award which is presented by the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Faculty Organization honors outstanding accomplishments in the areas of research and clinical service, provides recognition for ground-breaking research, new and innovative clinical methods, and high impact publications. This award also honors Dr. Eloy’s extraordinary service to Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and its faculty.

    Clinical Interests

    Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery, Rhinology, Sinus Surgery, Functional Septorhinoplasty

  • Medical School

    UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ, 2002

    Fellowship

    University of Miami/Jackson, Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL, 2008

    Residency

    The Mount Sinai School of Medicine of New York University, New York University, New York, NY, 2007