Frank Doyle is the Dean of Engineering at Harvard University, a bioengineering professor, and affiliate professor in the Harvard Medical School. In July, he assumes the role of Provost, the Chief Academic Officer, at Brown University. At Harvard, he has led the formation of interdisciplinary degrees in Design Engineering, Data Science, Quantum Science & Engineering, and a combined MS/MBA degree with the Harvard Business School. He is on the leadership team that launched the $500M Kempner Institute for Natural and Artificial Intelligence. He has received multiple international awards for his role in the development of the artificial pancreas, a smart device that automates insulin delivery for individuals with type 1 diabetes. He is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine, the National Academy of Inventors, and the National Academy of Engineering. He received a BSE degree from Princeton, CPGS from Cambridge, and PhD from Caltech, all in Chemical Engineering.