Dr. Erik Goluboff accumulated many distinctions upon beginning his postdoctoral training after his graduation from Johns Hopkins University, where he earned his M.D. Setting his sights on urology, he partnered with another physician to write an essay titled "Urologists on a Tight Rope: Coping with a Changing Economy," which earned first place in the Ambrose Essay Contest held by the American Urological Association. Dr. Erik Goluboff went on to claim the Columbia-Presbyterian House Staff Mini Grant Award in 1995 and 1996.
Well-established in his field, Dr. Goluboff has shared his knowledge with students in a number of teaching posts. From 1998 until 2011, he was a preceptor in the department of internal medicine at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1999, he gave the keynote presentation at the annual Us TOO gathering, a support group for patients diagnosed with prostate cancer. Other appointments include being a featured speaker at Beth Israel Medical Center.
Dr. Goluboff supports his peers in the medical community in assorted other ways. He is a reviewer for Urology magazine, a tenure that began in 1998, as well as New England Journal of Medicine, Cancer Detection and Prevention, and British Journal of Urology.
In 2012, Dr. Erik Goluboff was named Teacher of the Year for the department of urology at Beth Israel Medical Center, where he serves today. He is also a professor of clinical urology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.