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Erik Hill, Ph.D.
Faculty Instructor
Department of Biological Sciences

(973) 275-4662
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McQuaid Hall
Room 217

Erik Hill, Ph.D.

Faculty Instructor
Department of Biological Sciences

Dr. Erik Hill married into a Seton Hall family and is a new faculty member of the Biological Sciences department. He grew up in Southwestern Ohio and participated in science fairs throughout his education at Archbishop Carroll High School. Erik earned a bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Johns Hopkins University. His Ph.D. in Biochemistry from The Ohio State University involved the study of the neuropharmacology of cocaine and other addictive drugs. Dr. Hill continued microbiology research at Stony Brook University, looking into the role of herpes viruses, like Epstein-Barr, have in development and spread of cancer. Dr. Hill began teaching at Seton Hall in 2016 after teaching Microbiology, Epidemiology, and Environmental Health in North Carolina. Dr. Hill enjoys playing basketball at the Regan Center and taking his toddler twins on walks across campus.