Michael Doyle, MD
Dr. Doyle is the founder and medical director of Connecticut Fertility Associates, which he started in 1991 shortly after completing his advanced fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at Yale University. Prior to that he had completed his undergraduate degree from Brown University; his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco; his residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; and his advanced fellowship in Reproductive Medicine at Yale University.
Over 5,000 babies have been born to parents who have been successfully treated by Dr. Doyle, including over 500 for LGBT families who consistently praise him as a highly skilled expert who balances great technical expertise with a highly caring, hands-on and flexible approach.
Dr. Doyle has also authored numerous articles, research papers and book chapters on a broad range of fertility-related topics, and is a frequent speaker at medical conferences around the world. His specific areas of expertise include egg donation, surrogacy and in vitro fertilization. He is regularly voted Top Doctor Awards in NYC Metro area and Fairfield County, CT and in July 2009 the outstanding results of his Frozen Donor Egg Bank were featured to an international audience at the ESHRE conference in Amsterdam. He is also frequently noted for his ongoing humanitarian work in numerous third world countries and is presently spearheading efforts to establish a primary care clinic in Rwanda to serve Congolese refugees.