- MSc, Tufts University, 2010
- BDS, King Abdulaziz University School of Dental Medicine, 2002
Phosphaturic Mesenchymal Tumor: 2 New Oral Cases and Review of 53 Cases in the Head and Neck
The Diagnostic Challenges of Separating Ulcerative Chronic Stomatitis from Oral Lichen Planus
Oral and maxillofacial pathology case of the month. Central giant cell granuloma
Qari H, Blundell G, Demian N, Covinsky M, Bouquot J. CPC case: massive, mixed, cystic lesion of the mandibular midline (adenomatoid odontogenic tumor). Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol 2014; 117:___. (epub: Jan., 2014)
Symmetrical Multiquadrant Isolated Dentin Dysplasia (SMIDD), a unique presentation mimicking Dentin Dysplasia Type 1b
Dr. Qari’s research and study in pathology makes her the WVU Dental School expert on reviewing biopsies and providing results for dentists and their patients. Qari can work with dentists statewide to assess samples and determine a biopsy diagnosis in a timely manner without the wait that often comes with biopsies sent out of state for review.
- Residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas A&M University
- Diplomate ABOMP (American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology)
- Fellow American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology
About Hiba Qari
Dr. Qari was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Middle Eastern parents. While she feels right at home at the WVU School of Dentistry in Morgantown, she’s truly been a globetrotter. She’s fluent in both Arabic and English having lived in Saudi Arabia, England and the United States. The Pittsburgh Steelers fan was a general practitioner in Saudi Arabia for 5 years before returning stateside to continue her education. Dr. Qari’s research at Tufts University focused on flow cytometry, the use of laser technology to study cells, and construction of 3-dimensional human skin equivalent models induced from pluripotent stem cells. Publications by Dr. Qari cover research topics including odontogenic tumors, osteomyelitis, lichen planus and soft tissue tumors.