Mohua Choudhury


Mohua Choudhury
Program Director
Office of Program Evaluation and Strategic Partnerships

Ms. Choudhury is a Program Director in the NIBIB Office of Program Evaluation and Strategic Partnerships. Previously, she was a senior reviewer at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Office of Neurological and Physical Medicine Devices. As part of the Neurodiagnostic Devices Team, she provided technical reviews for novel device concepts being proposed to support the diagnosis of neurological conditions and diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, mild cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, depression and anxiety, and opioid use disorder. She also provided consulting reviews for her immediate office and other offices in the FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health in the areas of cardio- and neuro-electrophysiology, electrical engineering, software, cybersecurity, digital health, optical diagnostics, and software as a medical device applications. 

Ms. Choudhury began her career at FDA as a lead reviewer in the Office of Cardiovascular Devices. As part of the Cardiac Diagnostics Devices Team, she provided technical reviews for device types such as optical diagnostics, wearable defibrillators, non-invasive coronary stenosis assessment devices, heart failure diagnostic and monitoring devices, arrhythmia detection and analysis devices, and hemodynamic monitoring devices.

Ms. Choudhury earned an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida, Gainesville, and a B.A. in Applied Science & Technology from The George Washington University. While a student, she worked on the development of a non-invasive respiration monitor for neonatal and infant patients and conducted research exploring the use of semiconductor device technology for biological and chemical sensing applications. Prior to pursuing her master academic degrees, she worked in the public health and fundraising and development fields.