Department of Dermatology

Erinolaoluwa F. Araoye, MD

  • 1st Year Resident - PGYII

Erinolaoluwa Araoye, MD began her residency training at the University of Pittsburgh/UPMC in July 2022. Prior to beginning residency, she successfully completed her undergraduate work at the University of New York at Plattsburgh, moving on to earn her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. 

Education & Training

  • Internship Year, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital,
  • M.D., The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
  • B.S., University of New York at Plattsburgh

Representative Publications

  1. Araoye EF, Stearns V, Aguh C. “Considerations for the Use of Scalp Cooling Devices in Black Patients.”
    Journal of Clinical Oncology. 2020; 38(30):3575-3576.
  2. Araoye EF, Thomas JAL, Roker LA, Dlova NC, Aguh C. “Pili trianguli et canaliculi as a phenotypic
    subtype in CCCA patients - A scanning electron microscopy study.” Journal of the American Academy
    of Dermatology. 2020 May; S0190-9622(20)30911-7.
  3. Araoye EF, Thomas JAL, Aguh CU. “Hair regrowth in 2 patients with recalcitrant central centrifugal
    cicatricial alopecia after use of topical metformin.” Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology Case
    Reports. 2020 January;6(2):106–108.
  4. Araoye E and Cohen B. “Boy builds a snowman, suffers swollen fingers.” Journal of Contemporary
    Pediatrics. 2020, February
  5. Araoye E, and Ckless K. “Effects of high fructose/glucose on Nlrp3/Il1β inflammatory pathway.” Journal of
    Young Investigators. 2016 November
  6. Sunasee R, Araoye E, Pyram D, Hemraz UD, Boluk Y, & Ckless K. “Cellulose nanocrystal cationic
    derivative induces NLRP3 inflammasome-dependent IL-1β secretion associated with mitochondrial ROS
    production.” Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports. 2015 August; 4, 1–9.