Spotlight on New Faculty: Dr. Eduardo Arroyo

The Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences is pleased to announce the addition of new faculty member Dr. Eduardo Arroyo within the Reproduction Service.

Eduardo Arroyo, DVM, MS, DACT – Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Eduardo Arroyo, Clinical Assistant Professor in Comparative Theriogenology, is a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists. He earned his DVM from National University of Rio Cuarto in Cordoba, Argentina, and a Master of Science in Veterinary Science from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Dr. Arroyo completed residency in Animal Reproduction, also at Washington State. Dr. Arroyo’s clinical and research interests include: biotechnology of reproduction across different species, techniques for male sperm analysis and storage, and management of reproductive conditions in male and female subjects. Dr. Arroyo can be reached by email at