Matthew T. Reynolds, PA-C, a native of Northwest Arkansas, received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi, Texas. Upon graduation, he moved back to Arkansas and earned a master's degree performing research with the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology department at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). During his studies, he co-authored two papers and has co-authored a book chapter on melanoma skin cancer.
Matt was accepted into the first class of students at the UAMS Physician Assistant program where he served as Class Secretary and established the New Student Committee for incoming students to the PA program. He developed a personal interest in dermatology from his research at UAMS, which was furthered by his PA school clinical rotations throughout the state of Arkansas. After completing his Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies he joined Arkansas Dermatology.
PA Reynolds is an active member with the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), the Arkansas Academy of Physician Assistants (ARAPA) and is a Diplomate Fellow for the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA). He also serves as a guest lecturer to the UAMS Physician Assistant Program. Matt has published several papers and co-authored a book chapter on squamous cell skin cancer since working with Arkansas Dermatology. He enjoys treating a wide variety of dermatologic conditions from psoriasis and acne to atopic dermatitis and skin cancer.
When he is not seeing patients, Matt spends his free time with his wife Alena and two children Harrison and Stella. He also greatly enjoys reading, hiking Pinnacle Mountain, cycling at Two Rivers Park, and exploring the many state parks in Arkansas.