Professor Gerardine Doyle is a full professor of Accounting and Taxation and serves as Director of
the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and Associate Dean of the College of Business at
University College Dublin. Gerardine is co-chair of the UCD university strategic theme ‘Building a
Healthy World’. Gerardine’s research on value measurement in health care includes the care of
patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, the care of expectant mothers with pre-eclampsia and the
care of children with cystic fibrosis, which is a comparative study between Children’s Health Ireland
and Boston Children’s Hospital.
Gerardine has been Principal Investigator in the conduct of large inter-disciplinary EU funded
comparative research projects that have addressed key health policy challenges including health
literacy, diabetes self-management, and childhood obesity. Gerardine is a member of the WHO
Action Network on Measurement of Population and Organisational Health Literacy (MPOHL), is
Advisory Board member of European Institute of Innovation and Technology – Health and was
appointed President of the European Institute of Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) in 2020.
A key motivation driving Gerardine’s work is to deliver societal impact by engaging in societal-
challenge orientated research to influence national and international policy with special emphasis
on health policy.