E. Jane Carter, MD
Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine
Professor of Medicine
Providence, RI

Dr. E. Jane Carter is Professor of Medicine at the Alpert School of Medicine in Providence, Rhode Island. Her training is in Pulmonary and Critical Care, but the emphasis of her clinical practice for the last 25 years has been in tuberculosis. Jane has worked domestically as the Medical Director of the Rhode Island TB Clinic from 1990-2007 and as a senior consultant in the RI Clinic until 2013. She served on the Advisory Committee for the Elimination of TB at CDC, completing that term this year and is a member of the National TB Controller’s Association and STOP TB USA. Internationally, she has worked in Kenya for 16 years, presently as the TB/HIV Technical Consultant for USAID AMPATH (Eldoret, Kenya) and as the PI for TB Reach (Wave 2-year 1 and 2) which concentrates on active community-based TB case finding, pediatric contact investigation and expansion of TB GeneXpert diagnostics through western Kenya. She is presently serving on the proposal review committee for TB Reach at WHO, the TB Technical Committee of the Global Fund Against HIV, TB and Malaria, and the TB Modeling and Analysis Consortium. She is the past President of the International Union Against TB and Lung Disease (The Union) and a medical consultant for the Global Tuberculosis Institute.