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Dr. Joshua A. Boyce

Allergist and Pediatric Pulmonologist

Massachusetts General Hospital

HQ Phone: (617) 726-2000

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Massachusetts General Hospital

55 Fruit Street

Boston, Massachusetts 02114

United States

Company Description

Massachusetts General Hospital, founded in 1811, is the original and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. The MGH conducts the largest hospital-based research program in the United States, with an annual research budget of more than $800 m ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Allergist and Pediatric Pulmonologist

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Section Editor

The Journal of Immunology

Affiliations

Board Member
American Board of Allergy and Immunology

Member of the Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation Review Committee
National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Standing Member of the Allergy
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Education

Bachelor's degree

Skidmore College

M.D.

University of Massachusetts

Web References (63 Total References)


Schedule

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Joshua Boyce, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

Asthma Intervention Programs: Do They Work?


Asthma Grand Rounds: Boyce; The Spectrum of Eosinophilic Pneumonias2

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Joshua A. Boyce: The Spectrum of Eosinophilic Pneumonias Part 2

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Joshua A. Boyce, M.D.
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Dr. Joshua A. Boyce is an allergist and pediatric pulmonologist with appointments at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He directs the Partners Asthma Center at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children as well as a research laboratory focused on eosinophil and mast cell development.


Asthma Grand Rounds: Boyce; The Spectrum of Eosinophilic Pneumonias1

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Joshua A. Boyce: The Spectrum of Eosinophilic Pneumonias Part 1

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Joshua A. Boyce, M.D.
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Dr. Joshua A. Boyce is an allergist and pediatric pulmonologist with appointments at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He directs the Partners Asthma Center at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children.


AAAAI - Members Center: Academy News: March 1998

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Joshua A. Boyce, M.D., and Crawford H. Cleveland Jr., M.D., took similar paths to dissimilar positions.

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Boyce knows he's in the middle of something good."I can really see the merger of the clinical and the bench," he said."It's exciting to be involved in both ends."
This perspective comes from Boyce working as both a clinician and a researcher.As a clinician, he works with children as an assistant in pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, and with adults as a consultant in allergy-immunology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston.Both facilities are affiliated institutions of the Harvard Medical Center.Clinical work occupies 30 percent of his time and research accounts for the other 70 percent.
His work in the latter allows him to forecast how the allergy-immunology world is changing.Boyce said, "I have no doubt that drug therapy for all allergic diseases will be different in 15 years, and a lot of it will have to do with basic investigation."
It excites him to know that he's contributing to that body of knowledge."You learn something new every day, even if that something is very small," Boyce said."The discovery of novel information is a regular occurrence in this field."An example he gave is the discovery of a new mechanism for the recruitment of eosinophils into tissue sites."It's never boring," he said."It's incredibly rewarding and exciting.I look forward to going to work every day."
Boyce became interested in the allergy-immunology subspecialty after working with children.He began as a general pediatrician in private practice before pursuing fellowship training in pediatric pulmonology at the Massachusetts General Hospital."I had an interest in asthma," he said, "because it is the most common chronic disease in pediatrics."It was the mechanism of the disease that interested him.
Boyce said he was fortunate because the facilities in which he serves have huge clinical bases that allow him to see a bit of everything.Massachusetts General Hospital alone is the largest hospital in New England.There is also a great wealth of knowledge available from his fellow practitioners and researchers.
From that group, Boyce was able to cultivate a mentor, K. Frank Austen, M.D. "A good role model allows you to see the big picture," Boyce said.From that group, Boyce was able to cultivate a mentor, K. Frank Austen, M.D. "A good role model allows you to see the big picture," Boyce said.
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Austen is a prime example of such thinking, Boyce said, because Austen has been doing work similar to his own since the 1960s.
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"I've been fortunate to have good mentors and role models," Boyce said."They have been very important to me and I've had them at every stage."It is worth seeking these people out, he said.
Because of the size of the organization in which he works, Boyce said it is difficult to be promoted.He takes pride, therefore, in recently being promoted in two areas: to the Executive Committee, Massachusetts General Hospital-Brigham and Women's Hospital Partners Asthma Center and to assistant professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School.He is also proud of passing three boards: American Board of Pediatrics; American Board of Pediatrics, Sub-Board of Pulmonology; and the American Board of Allergy and Immunology.
Away from the office, Boyce said he has a great, supportive wife, Debbie, who has been with him throughout his career, and two children, Erica, 9, and Josh, 7, who he called gifted musicians and scholars.An especially bright spot in his family life has been spending the past two summers coaching his son's youth baseball team."It is well worth making the time to do it," he said."It's just a blast."
Escaping the burnout


Grants & Awards Winners | AAAAI

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2012 - Joshua A. Boyce, MD, FAAAAI

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