After graduating from UAMS in 2010, Dr. Doyle completed a residency in ophthalmology in 2014 and a neuro-ophthalmology fellowship in 2015, both at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
She returned to Arkansas and joined the Little Rock Eye Clinic on November 16, 2015. As a neuro-ophthalmologist, she sees and treats patients that have visual problems related to the optic nerve and brain. Some of these disorders include optic nerve inflammation, double vision, eye movement disorders, visual loss of unknown etiology, strokes, visual field defects, and unequal pupils.
Dr. Doyle performs various surgeries and in office procedures to address some of these neurological disorders. These include eye muscle surgery, biopsies to evaluate for giant cell arteritis, optic nerve sheath fenestrations for pseudotumor cerebri, and Botox injection for chronic migraines and facial spasms.