Dr. Robert Lloyd Doyle leverages over 25 years’ experience at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Specializing in the treatment of patients with autism, pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) and comorbid psychiatric illnesses affiliated with tuberous sclerosis, Dr. Doyle is recognized globally for his tenure as a child and adolescent psychiatrist. While at Massachusetts General Hospital, he excelled as the clinical director of PDD research in the pediatric psychopharmacology unit, having previously held faculty positions at Harvard University Health Services, where he worked in general dentistry. Dr. Doyle holds a Doctor of Dental Surgery and a Doctor of Medicine from Louisiana State University. He later completed a residency in psychiatry, a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry, and a fellowship in psychosomatic medicine. To supplement his career expertise, Dr. Doyle has authored several peer-reviewed articles, one of which detailed the effects of stress in Italian health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, which garnered him the Premio Italian Medicina Award. A frequent public speaker and lecturer at conferences, he formerly lent his knowledge to the editorial board of the International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology. In the coming years, he endeavors to delve into age management medicine.
Dr. Doyle’s vocational journey was detailed in video format in light of his professional excellence in health care.
Dr. Doyle was highlighted by Marquis Who’s Who for his professional tenure in health care with a timeline of professional milestones.
Dr. Doyle was selected by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors in recognition of his achievements in medicine.
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