Peter Ehrenkranz is currently Medical Officer & Care and Treatment Team Lead/Advisor for CDC/PEPFAR-Swaziland.
Formerly he was the Medical Director of the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative’s programs in Liberia. His primary role was to serve as Senior Technical Advisor to the National AIDS and STI Control Program. He also advised the National Leprosy and Tuberculosis Control Program (NLTCP) and the National Blood Safety Program.
His work focuses on improving access to quality prevention, care and treatment for HIV and TB, but, as much as possible, he strives to leverage the resources available to the vertical programs to strengthen the entire health system.
He received his undergraduate degree in the History of Science and Medicine from Yale University, and medical and public health degrees from Emory University. He trained in internal medicine-primary care at the University of Pennsylvania where he also participated in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program.
He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and a Lecturer in the Department of Health Policy, Division of Epidemiology and Public Health at Yale University.