Dr Boyle trained as a Paediatrician in Nottingham, London and Melbourne, Australia. He then specialised in Paediatric Allergy at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne where his PhD involved the investigation of ways to prevent allergy. He received the highest mark of all European candidates in the inaugural European Diploma in Allergology and Clinical Immunology on his return to London in 2008, and sees children and adolescents with allergy problems at St. Mary’s Hospital Paddington, The Harley Street Clinic and the New Malden Diagnostic Centre.
Dr Boyle’s research at Imperial College London aims to identify new ways to prevent and treat allergy in children.
Dr Boyle was commissioned by the UK Government Food Standards Agency in 2013 to review all the evidence surrounding the effects of maternal and infant diet on allergy. This report was used by the Department of Health to help update infant feeding guidance.