Michael Ulrich is Assistant Professor of Health Law, Ethics, & Human Rights at Boston University’s School of Public Health and School of Law. His scholarship focuses on the intersection of public health, constitutional law, bioethics, and social justice, with an emphasis on the role of law in the health outcomes of marginalized and underserved populations. Professor Ulrich co-authored the 3d edition of Public Health Law (with Mariner, Annas, & Huberfeld), the leading casebook in the field. His writings have appeared in national and international journals, including Hastings Law Journal, Journal of Law, Medicine, & Ethics, Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, & Ethics, SMU Law Review, Yale Journal of Law & Feminism, George Washington International Law Review, Health Affairs, British Medical Journal, American Journal of Law & Medicine, Northeastern Law Review, and American Journal of Bioethics. Professor Ulrich has received national recognition for his scholarship, having been selected as a Health Law Scholar by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, and a Public Law Junior Scholar by the American Constitution Society. His work has also been cited in briefs, including to the United States Supreme Court. Professor Ulrich has been a guest on This Week in Health Law Podcast as well as NPR numerous times, with his work and comments also appearing in NBC News, Slate, Daily Beast, The Appeal, and the Dallas Observer. Professor Ulrich’s teaching was recognized by his department peers with the Excellence in Teach Award in 2019. Prior to joining the BU faculty, Professor Ulrich was Research Scholar, Senior Fellow in Health Law, & Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School, where he helped launch and run the Solomon Center for Health Law & Policy at Yale Law School with Faculty Director Abbe Gluck. He also served as a bioethicist in the Division of AIDS, at the National Institutes of Health.