Lindsey Lyle is a physician assistant who has focused her career on the care of patients with hematologic malignancies. As a new PA working at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, she developed enthusiasm for research and care of AML and MPN patients. This passion continues as she actively engages in clinical research as a sub-investigator on hematologic malignancy trials and collaborates to develop an MPN program at the University of Colorado in Denver.
Lindsey is dedicated to medical provider and patient education in an effort to increase awareness about these rare cancers. She has given many local and national presentations on myeloid malignancies including MPNs. Lindsey currently serves as the editor for MPN Updates through JADPRO (Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology), a two year-long initiative to raise awareness and provide education about MPNs to Advanced Practitioners. She is an associate editor for JADPRO and serves on the Education Committee for the APSHO (Advanced Practitioner Society of Hematology Oncology) National meeting. Lindsey publishes academic papers on a frequent basis and is passionate about furthering the field by contributing to evidence-based medicine. She strongly believes in the importance of having well-informed patients. Lindsey has served as a panelist at multiple Patient Power Town Hall Meetings and continues to educate patients via Patient Power webinars.