Joseph Doyle, M.D.

Board Certified Board Certified

  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Patient Testimonial
Dr. Doyle is a wonderful and experienced provider who supports and believes in his patients. He will take time to educate you and allow you to be involved in your care.

I never take the time to write reviews but given that Dr. Doyle has had such an impact on my life. I couldn’t have been in better hands. I am planning on seeing him again for my second child!

Dr. Doyle was wonderful during our Donor Egg process. He was detailed, warm, and honest throughout. He and his team did a great job, and now we have a beautiful baby girl.

Words can’t even describe the amazing patient care I received at SGF. As someone who was afraid to begin treatment, everyone made it wonderful experience. Dr. Doyle is truly the BEST doctor I have ever had.

From the start Dr. Doyle made you feel like a friend and never a number. One of the best parts of this whole process was receiving a congratulations voicemail from Dr. Doyle. He never stopped supporting our needs.

Dr. Doyle kept us informed and even called on weekends. His bedside manner is great. And best of all he helped to bring our beautiful son into our lives. Dr. Doyle will forever have a place in our hearts!

Your sincere compassion, combined with your openness and sensitivity make you a doctor that is perfectly suited for helping families through what is often an endlessly heartbreaking process. Thank you.

Dr. Doyle is a genuinely nice guy. He was caring, patient, open to questions and suggestions, made us feel valued and not like another number at a facility that sees a lot of patients.

Hands down, Dr. Doyle is the most wonderful reproductive endocrinologist we have ever dealt with, and we have dealt with a few. He also truly cares about his patients and it shows.

Dr. Doyle is incredibly compassionate, knowledgeable, and personable. I’d recommend him to anyone looking into egg freezing or infertility treatments.

Biography

Joseph Doyle, M.D., received his medical degree from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. He completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, in Boston. Dr. Doyle then completed a 3-year fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Massachusetts General Hospital.

During his training, Dr. Doyle received several teaching and clinical excellence awards. His research efforts focused on oocyte cryopreservation; he presented numerous times at national and international meetings and has multiple publications. He also has a specific interest in healthcare delivery, which he developed through seminars in conjunction with Harvard Business School.

Dr. Doyle is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, for which he has developed education modules and served as an ad hoc reviewer, and the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

Originally from Virginia, Dr. Doyle is married and enjoys competing in triathlons, as well as skiing and exploring the outdoors.

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The way to a happy, healthy family can be confusing, frustrating, and sometimes even frightening, and I am proud of the way we guide our patients through this.

Education

  • Residency: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
  • Fellowship: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Washingtonian’s Top Doctors for Infertility (2017-2019)
  • Emans/Goldstein Children’s Hospital of Boston Gynecology Award
  • Resident Teaching Award, Harvard Medical School
  • Summa Cum Laude, University of Notre Dame
  • Doyle JO, Lee HJ, Selesniemi K, Styer AK, Rueda BR. The impact of vitrification on murine germinal vesicle oocyte In vitro maturation and aurora kinase A protein expression. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2014;31(12):1695-702.
  • Doyle JO, Attaman JA, Styer AK, Sabatini ME, Petrozza JC, Toth TL. Rescue hCG for false empty follicle syndrome: optimism for successful pregnancy outcome. Fertil Steril. 2012;98(2):450-2.
  • Imudia AN, Awonuga AO, Doyle JO, et al. Peak serum estradiol level during controlled ovarian hyperstimulation is associated with increased risk of small for gestational age and preeclampsia in singleton pregnancies after in vitro fertilization. Fertil Steril. 2012;97(6):1374-9.
  • Sabatini ME, Guo L, Lynch MP, et al. Metformin therapy in a hyperandrogenic anovulatory mutant murine model with polycystic ovarian syndrome characteristics improves oocyte maturity during superovulation. J Ovarian Res. 2011;4(1):8-17.
  • Doyle JO, Laufer MR. Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome with a single septate uterus: a novel anomaly and description of treatment options. Fertil Steril. 2009;92(1):391,e17-19.
  • Doyle JO, Missmer SA, Laufer MR. The effect of combined surgical-medical intervention on the progression of endometriosis in an adolescent and young adult population. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2009;22(4):257-63.
  • Huddleston HG, Jackson KV, Doyle JO, Racowsky C. HMG increases the yield of mature oocytes and excellent-quality embryos in patients with a previous cycle having a high incidence of oocyte immaturity. Fertil Steril. 2009;92(3):946-9.
  • Smith LP, Williams CD, Doyle JO, Closshey WB, Brix WK, Pastore LM. Effect of endometrioma cyst fluid exposure on peritoneal adhesion formation in a rabbit model. Fertil Steril.2007;87(5):1173-9.Doyle JO, Williams CD, Raymond CA. Hematometra in a patient with Cornelia De Lange syndrome. Obstet Gynecol. 2005;106(5 Pt 2):1202-4

Q&A

For the mind: reading, sports, and a nice hot sauna. For the body: triathlons, skiing, gardening, and canoeing (pretty much anything outside). For the soul: a big dinner party with family and friends, and having a good time.

Traveling through southern Italy was breathtaking. It was a perfect combination of history, food, beauty, and life. You get pulled right into it when you’re there, and together with my wife it was a joy to join right in.

When I was growing up, I volunteered as a boy scout at the local hospital and during the summer at a camp for children with diabetes. It all started with small roles, but more and more, it left me with a sense of fulfillment and meaning, which I was curious to explore further. The opportunities to contribute and make a difference in medicine abound. This naturally led to becoming a physician, and growing through each new step, the feeling of purpose and meaning after a day of work has never left. Happily, I know with what I do now, it will always stay that way.

The way to a happy, healthy family can be confusing, frustrating, and sometimes even frightening, and I am proud of the way we guide our patients through this. It is a privilege to work with a couple to build a family in the right way for them. I have seen a number of fertility centers, and I found no comparison to Shady Grove Fertility. I am proud to work here every day, and know I am offering the very best that there is to my patients. Making important contributions to my patients and the field is very important to me. I truly believe there isn’t a better place I could do this than Shady Grove Fertility.

Swimming the Chesapeake and the run across Maryland are next!

Public events & seminars

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November 29, 2021

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December 2, 2021

Online | 12:00 p.m. ET