Sarah C. Hull, MD, MBE is a board-certified cardiologist and echocardiographer whose clinical practice is focused on echocardiography and cardio-oncology (cardiac care of cancer patients). She is the cardiology course director at Yale School of Medicine (YSM) where she also teaches medical ethics to students and cardiology fellows. Additionally, she has served as an ethics consultant to the advanced heart failure and cardiac transplant team at Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH). She was appointed Associate Director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics at YSM in 2019, and she also serves on the ethics committee at YNHH. Her most recent scholarly work has focused on ethical issues involving ventricular assist devices as destination therapy, ethical considerations in the care of patients with recurrent injection drug use related endocarditis, shared decision making in cardio-oncology, nutrition ethics, and ethical issues raised during the COVID pandemic.