Peter Saranchuk is a medical doctor originally from Southern Ontario. He did emergency and family medicine locums across Canada for the first 10 years of his career before joining Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in 2001. His initial work with MSF included time as a clinician in South Africa, Lesotho and China, supporting the introduction of antiretroviral therapy (ART) to treat people living with HIV (PLHIV), as well as initiatives that aimed to improve diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB). He then went on to work as a TB-HIV Advisor in MSF’s Southern Africa Medical Unit (SAMU), supporting HIV and TB activities (including drug-resistant TB) in projects across Southern Africa, as well as India, Ethiopia and Ukraine. Peter has also supported Seva Foundation’s work in Asia over the years, including prevention of blindness in PLHIV from cytomegalovirus (CMV). Since returning to work in Canada, he has assisted with MSF’s Telemedicine project and worked in Community Health Centres (CHCs) in Ottawa and Fort Erie, providing primary care to those with high health needs, including refugees.