Dr. Mary Eid is a dermatopathologist. She’s been with Pinnacle Dermatology’ Viriginia practice, formerly known as Virginia Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center, since 2018. She earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2009. In 2014, she graduated with her M.D. from the George Washington University School of Medicine. Her next three years were spent as a clinical fellow in an anatomic pathology residency at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland (2014-2017). From 2017-2018, she completed a dermatopathology fellowship at the University of Virginia.
The Steven and Diane Robinson Knapp Fellowship for Entrepreneurial Service-Learning, April 2013
The Clinton Global Initiative’s University Conference Participant, March 2012
Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Open School Student Quality Leadership Academy, August 2011
Clarke Summer Scholar, Summer 2011
Present: Dermatopathologist, Pinnacle Dermatology
2018 - 2020
Virginia Dermatology and Skin Surgery Center Fredericksburg, VA
2017 - 2018
University of Virginia School of Medicine Charlottesville, VA
2014 - 2017
National Institutes of Health - Anatomic Pathology Residency Bethesda, MD
2010 - 2014
George Washington University - School of Medicine and Health Sciences Washington, DC
School of Medicine: Received M.D. (Doctor of Medicine)
2006 - 2010
University of California, Berkeley - College of Natural Resources Berkeley, CA
Bachelor of Science, Nutritional Sciences Physiology and Metabolism
Eid MV, Nguyen J, Brownell B. Seeking standards for the detection of Merkel Cell Polyomavirus and its clinical significance. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Accepted on 12/12/2016
Del Rivero I, Kim C, Eid M, Ahlman MA, Nieman L, Rajan A. Thymic Hyperplasia After Treatment of ACTH-Dependent Cushing's Syndrome Can BE Mistaken for a Thymic Epithelial Tumor. Journal of Thoracic Oncology (2016).
Pratt DW, Eid MV, Curtis L, Praveletic S, Quezado M. Cardiac predilection of metastatic malignant melanoma: A case of incidental isolated involvement of the heart from an unknown primary and a review of the literature. In preparation
Eid MV, Rosenberg AZ, Roth M, Lee CC. Immunohistochemical pattern of a melanoma with chondroid differentiation. In preparation.
Eid MV, Rosenberg AZ, Roth M, Lee CC. Chondroid melanoma. In preparation.
Eid MV, Brown GT, Varghese GI, Brownell I. Cutaneous side effects of hydroxyurea. In preparation.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS AND ABSTRACTS:
Nathan N, Eid M, Venzon D, Lee C, Hornyak T (2017, March). Frequency and histopathological correlation of refractile white dots in melanocytic nevi. Presented at the 2017 American Academy of Dermatology Conference for poster presentation
Eid MV, Brown GT, Ghosh A, Brownell I, Lee CC (2015, October). Immunohistochemical profile of Metastatic Malignant Melanoma with Rhabdoid Features. Presented at the 2015 ASDP Annual Meeting for poster presentation
Eid MV, Pratt D, Curtis L, Pavletic S, Quezado M (@015, October). Cardiac predilection of metastatic malignant melanoma: A case report of incidental disease and unknown primary. Presented at the 2015 ASDP Annual Meeting for poster presentation
Alexander T, Aivaz O, Eid MV, Lee CC, Cowen EW, Brownell I (2014, September). Cutaneous Mycobacterium haemophilum in the setting of AIDS. Presented at the 2015 AAD Annual Meeting for poster presentation
Kaldas MV, Chun A, Akman A, Sarin S, Lough F, Venbrux A (2013, October). Endovascular Stent Placement for Emergent Repair of Saphenous Vein Graft Pseudoaneurysm. Submitted to American Association for Thoracic Surgery Annual Meeting
Kaldas MV, Wegermann Z (2012, February). Building the Medical Home Model: Expanding the Role of Student Run Clinics to Include Specialty Care and Patient Education. Presented at the Society of Student-Run Free Clinics Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, for poster presentation
Kaldas MV (2012, January). Benefits of Integrating Specialty Care in an Inner-City Primary Care Clinic: A look into Preventative Medicine. Submitted to National Health Promotion Summit.