Emily Hyle, M.D.

Physician Investigator (Cl)
Medical Practice Evaluation Center, Mass General Research Institute
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Assistant Physician
Infectious Disease, Massachusetts General Hospital
MD University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine 2006
adrenal insufficiency; anti-bacterial agents; antiviral agents; antiviral t cell responses; bacterial; beta-lactamases; drug resistance multiple; enterobacteriaceae; escherichia coli infections; exanthema; hiv; klebsiella; klebsiella infections; measles; measles-mumps-rubella vaccine; mumps; pneumonia viral; rubella; travel

Dr. Hyle is an infectious disease physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. 

Her research interests include using cost-effectiveness analysis to investigate policy-relevant questions for the clinical care of people with HIV, including point-of-care technologies, virologic resistance, and non-communicable diseases among people with HIV, in the US and resource-limited settings. Dr. Hyle also collaborates with the Global TravEpiNet Consortium to investigate the cost-effectiveness of pre-travel medicine.

Dr. Hyle earned her MD from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a DTMH from the Gorgas Institute in Lima, Peru and an SM in Epidemiology for the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.