Dr. Lyttle was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. She received her undergraduate degree at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada before moving to Milwaukee, WI to attend the Medical College of Wisconsin. After completing her residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMass), Dr. Lyttle joined the UNC Fertility team as a Reproductive Endocrinology Fellow in 2015.
She is currently enrolled in the Gilling’s School of Global Health to achieve a Master’s in Clinical Research. Special areas of clinical and research interest include age related infertility, fertility preservation, elective egg banking and hypothalamic amenorrhea. As a physician, her goal is to
empower patients with an understanding of their diagnosis to help make them an active part of their care.