Beatriz Arroyo has a Bachelor of Biological Sciencesfrom the Complutense University of Madrid and PhD from Oxford University(United Kingdom). Between 1996 and 2006 he carried out his research activity between the Center d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé-CNRS (France) and the Center for Ecology and Hydrology, NERC (Scotland, United Kingdom). In 2006 she obtained a position as Tenured Scientist at the Institute for Game and Wildlife Research (IREC - CSIC, UCLM, JCCM), being vice-director since 2011 and responsible for the Research Group in Game Resources and Wildlife Management since 2013.
Her research activity focuses on the ecology applied to the compatibility of human activities and the conservation of fauna. Specifically, it addresses issues associated with the relationship between agriculture or hunting management and the conservation of wildlife, and the conflicts associated with wildlife management, integrating approaches from population ecology, conservation biology, adaptive management, and human dimensions of wildlife management.
She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Spanish Ornithological Society (since 2008), and the Rodent Commission of the Scientific Committee for the Fight against Agricultural Pests of the Junta de Castilla y León (since 2014), and Associate Editor of Ibis. (since 2006) and Ardeola (since 2011).