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After graduating with a bachelors of science degree from the University of Rochester, Erik Andrulis was selected for a competitive Research Training Program fellowship at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). After 6 months of productive work at NIH, he was awarded an NCI/NIH general fellowship. Erik Andrulis left NIH to pursue studies in molecular biology and biochemistry as a doctoral student at Stony Brook University.
Erik Andrulis went on to earn the Honors in Teaching award and the Excellence in Graduate Research Award from Stony Brook. He was also honored with an Excellence in Research Award by the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society and was awarded an American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology travel fellowship.
During his time as a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University, Erik Andrulis secured a prestigious NIH Public Health Service National Research Service Award. Subsequently serving as an assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University, he was named a Mount Sinai Health Care Foundation Scholar for five consecutive years and took second place in the university’s 2012 Martin Luther King, Jr., Faculty/Staff Essay Contest.