Dr Leilani Doyle competed a BSc in Zoology at the University of Calgary in 1994 and an MD from the University of Alberta in 1999. She went on to a residency in Family medicine at UBC, where upon completion, (having joined the military in 1997) she was promoted to the rank of Capt and posted to Valcartier. Capt Doyle deployed to Bosnia in 2002 and Afghanistan in 2004 as a General Duty Medical Officer. Capt Doyle was promoted to the rank of Major in 2005, also returned to residency training in anesthesia at the University of Ottawa that year. Maj Doyle finished her residency training in 2009, and Neuro-anesthesia fellowship in 2010. Maj Doyle has deployed 3 more times to Afghanistan, 1 time to Irak and 3 times to Africa as an anesthesiologist. She was promoted to the rank of LCol in 2016, additionally completing an MSc in Trauma Sciences (Military and Austere) from QMUL that year same year. LCol Doyle specializes in austere (far forward) anesthesia in addition to pre-hospital trauma care. She is the Canadian Armed Forces clinical lead for the new forward aeromedical evacuation capability called the CMERT which was stood up this year for the deployment to Mali.