“Now is the time for the Leviticus Cardio wireless Coplanar Energy Transfer system.”

Michael Zilbershlag, CEO, Board member

Michael Zilbershlag, CEO and cofounder of Leviticus Cardio. Michael is the former CEO and founder of GenesisOS, a developer of advanced DRM solutions for embedded systems. Michael held various R&D positions at ECI Telecom (NASDAQ: ECIL), Orckit Communications (NASDAQ: ORCT), Sandlinks Inc. and Broadlight Inc.; Entrepreneur with vast R&D experience in communications and medical devices as well as vast experience in system engineering; Michael earned a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and MBA.


Ed Rieflin, Executive Vice President

Ed Rieflin, Executive Vice President. Prior to Leviticus Cardio, Ed served for 19 years at Thoratec Corporation, St. Jude Medical and Abbott Laboratories as Senior Vice President - Heart Failure Sales. During his tenure the MCS and Heart Failure business revenue increased from $16M/year to over $500M/year, and their commercial team increased from 10 to 175 FTE's. Thoratec was acquired by St. Jude Medical in 2015 for $3.4B, and St. Jude Medical was acquired by Abbott in 2017 for $25B. Prior to that, Ed served in senior leadership roles at Lighthouse Medical, and North American Instrument Corporation (NAMIC). Ed graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Economics.


Moshe Levy, COO

Moshe Levy, COO and cofounder of Leviticus Cardio. Former VP R&D at Tessera (NASDAQ: TSRA), Metalink (MTLK) and Broadlight Inc. (currently BRCM); Over 20 years of experience in R&D and project management in various fields of communications, optics, medical devices and imaging; Experienced in multidisciplinary projects system architecture and development from scratch to mass production; Established several times new and innovative activities for optoelectronics PON transceivers, communication platforms and unique cellphone cameras; Moshe earned a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering.


Dr. Yigal Kassif, Medical Director, EVAD

Yigal Kassif, is a cofounder in Leviticus Cardio and serve as the medical director of the Leviticus’ EVAD project. Dr Kassif is also serving in the advisory board of the company. He is attending Cardiac Surgeon and Chief of Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit at the Sheba Medical Center. He became board certified in Cardiothoracic surgery in 1995, followed by a cardiac surgery clinical fellowship – focusing on Heart Transplantation and Assist Devices – in UCLA.

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