Dr. Jennifer Mohr Hyde was born in Taipei, Taiwan. She lived in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Japan before moving to Washington, DC at the age of eight. She received a BS in biology and women’s studies from Duke University and her MD degree from Stanford. She trained in pediatrics at the Boston Combined Residency Program (Boston Children’s and Boston Medical Center). She joined Westwood-Mansfield Pediatrics in 2003 and became a partner in 2006.
Dr. Hyde has done biomedical research in the area of HIV immunology at the National Institutes of Health, Duke, Stanford, and in Harare, Zimbabwe. She has been published in two peer-reviewed journal articles. She has also contributed to two books: a collection of essays on women in medicine (This Side of Doctoring: Reflections from Women in Medicine, Eliza Lo Chin, ed.2002) and Primary Care of the Premature Infant, (Dara Brodsky and Mary Ann Ouellette, eds. 2008).
Dr. Hyde is an active member of the PPOC (Pediatric Physicians Organization of Children’s Hospital Boston) where she has served on the board of directors since 2013. She chaired the IT Committee from 2015-2020 and is currently the chair of the board.
Civically, she is an elected Town Meeting Member in Dedham where she lives with her son Will, daughter Lily and the CJO (chief joy officer) of Westwood-Mansfield Pediatrics, Stewie the bernedoodle.