Emily Hyle, M.D.


Physician Investigator (Cl)
Medical Practice Evaluation Center, Research Institute
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Assistant Physician
Medicine-Infectious Diseases, 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.