Dr. Ulm was trained as an Experimental Psychologist with a concentration in the areas of Learning and Motivation. He is a Professor Emeritus from Salisbury University and has taught Behavioral Medicine at UPenn for 20 years. In addition to sabbaticals with Dr. Martin Seligman and the late Dr. Richard Solomon at Upenn, he completed a full year post doctoral fellowship with the Treatment Research Unit under Dr. Charles O’Brien. He continued research into the biopsychosocial aspects of substance abuse with Dr. Joseph Volpicelli with whom he has numerous publications which led to the use of naltrexone for alcohol addiction. He teaches BBB410 (Behavioral Medicine: Experimental and Animal Models).