Marley Doyle is a fellowship-trained adult psychiatrist with a specialty in women’s mental health. She currently works as the Medical Director of the Women’s Mental Health Program at North Shore University Health, an affiliate hospital of the University of Chicago. She also serves as a clinician-educator at the University of Chicago. Marley has stated that she is thrilled to be joining the faculty at University of Nebraska Medical Center in August 2017.
During her residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, she had the good fortune of having wonderful mentors to foster her career interests. Early in residency, she knew that she wanted to pursue a career that focused on the interface between medicine and psychiatry. Fortuitously, Dr. Katherine Wisner came to Northwestern during Marley’s third year of residency, which opened up a career path that fit Marley’s interests perfectly. Marley was able to secure a fellowship position in Women’s Mental Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital to further her knowledge of the field. During fellowship under the mentorship of Dr. Hadine Joffe, Marley was provided with increased exposure to patients with a range of disorders in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.
Marley is currently working as the Director of the Women’s Mental Health program. In this role, she provides inpatient and outpatient consultation for women with psychiatric disorders in the perinatal period. As a clinician educator, she also has medical students rotate with her in her outpatient clinic and give lectures to the departments of psychiatry and obstetrics/gynecology.
In addition to Marley’s clinical experience, she has done research in the areas of gender differences in academic psychiatry with Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody. She also has a strong interest in psychiatry education and has regularly presented educational workshops at national conferences.
In Marley’s personal life, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and dog. They love taking walks and hiking no matter the weather. As a person with a visual impairment, Marley is also active in the blind and visually impaired community. One of her interests is assistive technology in the workplace. She enjoys reading and has a close relationship with her book club. She is also trying to learn to knit, though the process has been slow-going!