Albert Brennus Ulrey was a marine biologist, born in North Manchester, Indiana, December 31, 1860 and died 21 December 1932 in Los Angeles, California.
Ulrey married Florence Katherine Speicher (1883-1966) on 15 November 1900.
He was the first biology instructor at Manchester University in Indiana, joining the faculty in 1894, and also the University of Southern California’s first marine biologist, hired in 1901. He ultimately became the Director of the Marine Biological Station of the University of Southern California.
Fish named for him
The Hyphessobrycon ulreyi is named after him.