Dr Joseph Doyle is a clinician researcher and practising infectious diseases physician.
He is a NHMRC Career Development Fellow and senior lecturer at The Alfred and Monash University Department of Infectious Diseases, and Deputy Director of the Disease Elimination Program at the Burnet Institute.
Joe currently heads world-leading trials in hepatitis C treatment as prevention, improving access to care, and treatment scale up to eliminate transmission. He has expertise working with people who inject drugs, prisoners and people living with HIV.
Joe has been a technical advisor to two World Health Organisation departments, National Institutes for Health, and chairs the Workforce Development and Health Services Group of the Elimination C Partnership. Joe is an ASID board member, and convenor of the Australasian Viral Hepatitis Elimination Conference in 2019.