Meet Our Dermatopathologist

– Diplomate of American Board of Pathology and Dermatology

– Board Certified Dermatopathologist, Cytopathologist, Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist.

Dr. Qureshi has been living in Charlottesville, Virginia with her three children since 2004.
Dr. Qureshi graduated from medical school in 1996 as valedictorian, also earning three gold medals and a number of other honors. She completed her pathology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit MI, her surgical pathology fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN, and her Cytopathology and Dermatopathology fellowships in the University of Virginia in 2006.

Dr. Qureshi specializes in skin, soft tissue, oral, nasal, eyelid, conjuctival, corneal and vulvar biopsies along with Pap smear, body fluids (urine, effusions ect) and fine needle aspiration cytologies. She has been a serving Dermatopathologist and Cytopathologist for various specialties including Dermatology, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, General, Oral and Plastic Surgery, Podiatry, ENT, Ophthalmology and OBGYN for over five years in busy private practice settings.

Dr. Qureshi’s unique skills in Dermatopathology and Cytopathology, along with a mix of a strong academic background and years of experience in private practice have helped her to diagnose complex, rare and diagnostically challenging cases. Dr. Qureshi is confident she will provide you and your patients with premium diagnostic and consultative dermatopathology services.


Dr. Qureshi is currently licensed to practice medicine in the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.


Dr. Qureshi is an active fellow member of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP), College of American Pathologists (CAP), United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), Virginia Society of Pathologists (VSP), Medical Society of Virginia (MSV), American Medical Association (AMA), and Mayo Alumni Association.

Her Published Papers

Dr. Qureshi has published several valuable pathology articles, and has presented her work in various national and international conferences. Her published papers include:

1: Anderson HF, Lonergan CL, Qureshi HS, Cordoro KM. Uncombable hair syndrome. Cutis. 2008 Jul;82(1):20, 31-2.

2: Erdag G, Qureshi HS, Patterson JW, Wick MR. CD34-positive dendritic cells disappear from scars but are increased in pericicatricial tissue. J Cutan Pathol. 2008 Aug;35(8):752-6.

3: Erdag G, Qureshi HS, Greer KE, Patterson JW. Immunoglobulin A pemphigus involving the perianal skin and oral mucosa: an unusual presentation. Cutis. 2007 Sep;80(3):218-20.

4: Erdag G, Qureshi HS, Patterson JW, Wick MR. Solitary fibrous tumors of the skin: a clinicopathologic study of 10 cases and review of the literature. J Cutan Pathol. 2007 Nov;34(11):844-50.

5: Wiltz KL, Qureshi H, Patterson JW, Mayes DC, Wick MR. Immunostaining for MART-1 in the interpretation of problematic intra-epidermal pigmented lesions. J Cutan Pathol. 2007 Aug;34 (8):601-5.

6: Raju U, Lu M, Sethi S, Qureshi H, Wolman SR, Worsham MJ. MOLECULAR CLASSIFICATION OF BREAST CARCINOMA IN SITU. Curr Genomics. 2006 Dec;7(8):523-532.

7: Grigoryants V, Qureshi H, Patterson JW, Lin KY. Pediatric chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis. J Craniofac Surg. 2007 Jan;18(1):228-31. Review.

8. Hind Nassar*, Hina Qureshi, M.D, M.D, Danieal Visscher, M.D. Department of Pathology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN; Wayne State University, Detroit MI. Clinicopathologic Analysis of Solid Papillary Carcinoma of the Breast. American Journal of Surgical Pathology.2006 Apr;30(4):501-7.

9. Ila Bansal MD; Holly Kerr MD*; Jennifer J. Janiga MD*; Hina S. Qureshi MD; Marsha Chaffins MD*; Henry W. Lim MD*; Adrian Ormsby MD;Department of Pathology and Dermatology* Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, USA pinpoint papular variant of Polymorphous light eruption: Clinical and Pathological Correlation. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. 2006 Apr; 20 (4):406-10.

10. Hina S. Qureshi, M.D, Michael D. Linden, M.D, George Divine ph. D,1 Usha B. Raju M.D. department of pathology, 1department of biostatistics and epidemiology Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI. E-cadherin status in breast cancer correlates with histologic type but does not correlate with established prognostic parameters. American Journal of Clinical Pathology. 2006;125:392-398.

11. Qureshi HS, Salama ME, Chitale D, Bansal I, Ma CK, Raju U, Ormsby A, Lee MW. Primary cutaneous mucinous carcinoma: presence of myoepithelial cells as a clue to the cutaneous origin. Am J Dermatopathol. 2004 Oct;26(5):353-8.

12. Hina S Qureshi, MD; Adrian Ormsby, MD; Naseema Kapadia**, M.B. B.S, FCPS. Effects of Modified Sample Collection on Fungal Culture Yield: Nail Clipping versus Microdrill Department of Pathology and Department of Dermatology*, Henry Ford Hospital, MI. Department of Medicine and Dermatology, The Aga Khan University Hospital**, Karachi, Pakistan. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association J Pak Med Assoc. 2004 June;54(6):301-5.

13. Hina S. Qureshi M.D, Adrian H. Ormsby M.D, Richard J Zarbo M.D, D.D.S, Chan K Ma M.D. Department of Pathology, Henry Ford Hospital. The diagnostic utility of p63, CK5/6, CK 7 and CK 20 in distinguishing primary cutaneous adnexal neoplasms from metastatic carcinomas. Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. 2004 Feb;31(2):145-52.

14. Mohamed E. Salama, Muhammad N. Mahmood, Hina S. Qureshi, Chan Ma, Richard J. Zarbo, Adrian H. Ormsby. P16 INK4A is a sensitive and specific marker of squamous cutaneous malignancies: An evaluation of 203 cases. British Journal of Dermatology. 2003 Nov;149(5):1006-12

15. Betina Werner, M.D, Hina S Qureshi*, M.D, A. Bernard Ackerman**, M.D. Henry Ford Hospital, Detoit MI, Ackerman Academy of dermatopathology, New York City. Dermatopathology: Practical and Conceptual, Oct-Dec2003;9(4)

16. Mariel V. del Rio, M.D,* Hina S. Qureshi, M.D, ** Adrian H. Ormsby, M.D, ** Earl J. Rudner, M.D,*** Alice Cheng, M.D,*** Indra Bara, M.D.* A traveler’s chronic rash.
Clinical Infectious Disease Journal. 2002 Dec 1;35(11):1388-9,1418-9.

17. M.W. Lee M.D., H.S. Qureshi M.D., K.L. Ho M.D., K.W. Min* M.D. Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan and *Deaconess Hospital, Oklahoma. Cellular inclusions; diagnostic clues in surgical pathology. Pathology Case Reviews. 2002 Sep/Oct. vol 7, no. 5, 186-192.

18. Hina S Qureshi, MD; W. Michael Dunne, Ph.D.; Raouf E. Nakhleh, MD. Pathologic Quiz case Unremitting Ulcer in a Scuba Diver. Archives of Path & Lab medicine.2001;125 (3) 450-452.

19. Dunne WM Jr, Qureshi H, Pervez H, Nafziger DA. Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI. Staphylococcus epidermidis with intermediate resistance to vancomycin: elusive phenotype or laboratory artifact? Clin Infect Dis. 2001 Jul 1;33(1):135-7.

20. Farooqi BJ1, Shareeq F2,Rizvi QK3, Qureshi HS1, Ashfaq MK4. Changing pattern of antimicrobial susceptibility of organisms causing community acquired urinary tract infections.Departments of Microbiology1, Biochemistry4 and Nursing Services3, The Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi. Department of Physioilogy2, Dow Medical College, Karachi. J PAK MED Assoc. 2000 Nov; 50 (11): 369-73.

21. Farooqi BJ1, Shareeq F2, Rizvi QK3, Nasim K4, Qureshi Hina S4, Ayoob Z2 Ashfaq MK5. Departments of Microbiology1, Pathology4, Biochemistry5 and Nursing Services3, The Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi. Department of Physioilogy2, Dow Medical College, Karachi. Organisms causing septicaemia in the community and their antibiogram. Annals Abbasi Shaheed Hospital & Karachi Medical and Dental College. 1999;vol: 4,135-142.

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