Alysa Doyle, Ph.D.


Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School
Psychologist
Psychiatry-Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Director of Research, Learning and Emotional Assessment Program
Massachusetts General Hospital
PhD Investigator Clinical
Center for Genomic Medicine, Mass General Research Institute
PHD University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic 1998
attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity; bipolar disorder; cognition disorders; conduct disorder; neuropsychological tests; psychopathology

Alysa Doyle, PhD, is a practicing child and adult clinical psychologist trained in psychiatric genetics, developmental psychopathology and pediatric neuropsychology.

Her research aims to contribute to and leverage genetic discoveries in order to clarify the complex risk mechanisms that lead to neuropsychiatric illness across the lifespan.

She also aims to use these data to identify opportunities for risk stratification and early intervention that can improve patient outcomes in child psychiatry.

She is the recipient of several awards including a Dissertation Research Award from the American Psychological Association, a 50th Anniversary Scholars in Medicine Fellowship from Harvard Medical School and a Clinical Research Day Team Award from Massachusetts General Hospital. Her research is funded by the NIH as well as by the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research and other private foundations.