EDUCATION & TRAINING
B.S. — Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry
Yale University, New Haven, CT
M.D./Ph.D. — Medical Scientist Training Program
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA
Ph.D. — Cancer Biology
Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford CA
Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Santa Clara, CA
Residency/Chief Residency — Dermatology
NYU Medical Center, New York, NY
Meet Dr. Arroyo
Martha P. Arroyo, M.D., Ph.D, FAAD is an accomplished dermatologist treating patients with various conditions affecting the hair, skin, and nails throughout northern Illinois, including in Libertyville and Gurnee. Dr. Arroyo is proud to educate patients about their conditions and address their concerns with care and compassion.
Dr. Arroyo offers patients the confidence that comes with having beautiful, healthy skin. She treats common skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema, warts, and moles. She also performs laser surgery, cosmetic surgery, and dermatologic surgery. She is especially interested in detecting and treating psoriasis, vitiligo, and skin cancer.
Dr. Arroyo is a published author and frequent lecturer on a variety of dermatological procedures and treatments. Dr. Arroyo is also fluent in Spanish.
After receiving her Bachelor of Science in molecular physics from Yale University, Dr. Arroyo went on to earn her PhD in cancer biology and her MD from Stanford University. She was chief resident during her residency training at New York University Langone Medical Center.
Dr. Arroyo is an active member of the dermatological medical community, advising on emerging technologies and treatments for a multitude of skin conditions. She also serves on the editorial boards of both the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology and the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Arroyo believes ongoing professional development allows her to offer patients the latest and best treatments available.
A proud Chicago native, Dr. Arroyo spends her free time giving back to the community as a volunteer for the Skin Cancer Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and Boy Scouts of America.