General Surgery Profile in Leadership
M.B. Majella Doyle, MD, MBA
Throughout her time at Washington University — from completing a transplant surgery fellowship in 2007 to becoming a member of the faculty herself — mentoring from colleagues has been a constant source of support for transplant surgeon M.B. Majella Doyle, MD, MBA.
Doyle says former faculty member Jeffrey Lowell, MD, taught her everything she knows about pediatric transplant and prepared her to assume the role of program director of the Transplant Surgery Fellowship in 2016. Mentorship from Section Chief William Chapman, MD, and training through a Washington University MBA program honed her administrative skills, which she applies as director of the liver transplant programs at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Barnes-Jewish Hospital. She also conducts research on the use of dedicated organ procurement facilities.
“If you are interested in leadership, this department will help you find something meaningful,” Doyle says.