Courtney A. Schreiber MD, MPH is the Stuart and Emily B.H. Mudd Professor of Human Behavior and Reproduction in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Chief of the Division of Family Planning. Her focus is to overcome inequities and improve the lives and wellbeing of women, and to support the careers of clinicians and scientists.
Dr. Schreiber is the Founding Director of PEACE, the Pregnancy Early Access Center at Penn Medicine, which is a national model for the integration of family planning and early pregnancy care. She serves as Program Director of the Fellowship in Complex Family Planning at Penn and as Executive Director of the Perelman School of Medicine’s FOCUS on Health and Leadership for Women (FOCUS). Her research focuses on overcoming barriers to reproductive health care and access, and closing sex and race disparity gaps.