Danielle Wehle, MD, MS

Board-Certified Dermatopathologist
Dr. Wehle

Dr. Danielle Wehle is board certified in dermatopathology by the American Board of Dermatology and the American Board of Pathology, in addition to being board certified in anatomic pathology. She graduated from the University of Arizona in 2004 with her Medical Degree and Master of Science in Analytical Chemistry. She completed her residency in pathology in 2008 at Johns Hopkins University, where she won an award from the pathology department for her research. By 2009, Dr. Wehle had completed her dermatopathology fellowship at the renowned Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology. Afterward, she went on to practice dermatopathology for more than twelve years.

In addition to full-time clinical work, Dr. Wehle also served as a clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the Medical University of South Carolina. There, she was actively engaged in academic endeavors, which included teaching dermatology residents and fellows. Dr. Wehle currently holds medical licensure in 22 U.S. states, has participated in multiple professional publications and presentations, and is affiliated with various professional associations.

During her free time, Dr. Wehle enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and spending time with her husband and two boys.


Fellowship Training

Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology
New York, NY

Residency Training

Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

Medical School

University of Arizona – Medicine
Tucson, AZ

Graduate School

University of Arizona – Analytical Chemistry
Tucson, AZ

Board Certifications


The American Board of Dermatology and
The American Board of Pathology

Anatomic Pathology

The American Board of Pathology


American Society of Dermatopathology

College of American Pathology

Dallas Dermatological Society

International Society of Dermatopathology

United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology

Texas Dermatological Society

Research & Publications

Dr. Danielle Wehle’s research publications cover a broad range of topics, including, but not limited to, germ cell tumors and small cell malignancies of Skin and Soft tissue.

  • Dermatology Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner Course for Continuing Medical Education Credit (8/2019 and 2/2020)
  • Wehle D.M., Sangueza M., Salim S. (2016) Cutaneous Metastasis. In: Plaza J., Prieto V. Applied Immunohistochemistry in the Evaluation of Skin Neoplasms. Springer, Cham
  • Wehle DM, Yonescua R, Long P, Gala N, Epstein JI, Griffin CA. Fluorescence in situ hybridization of chromosome 12p in germ cell tumors using a bacterial artificial chromosome clone 12p probe on paraffin-embedded tissue: clinical test validation. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 183 (May 2008) 99-104. (March 2006 USCAP platform presentation)
  • Brait M, Maldonado L, Begum S, Loyo M, Wehle D, Tavora FF, Looijenga LH, Kowalski J, Zhang Z, Rosenbaum E, Halachmi S, Netto GJ, Hoque MO. DNA methylation profiles delineate epigenetic heterogeneity in seminoma and non-seminoma. Br J Cancer. 2012 Jan 17;106(2):414-23.
  • Small Cell Malignancies of Skin and Soft tissue: Cytopathologic Analysis on Fine Needle Aspiration. Danielle Wehle, M.D., M.S.; Syed Ali, M.D. The American Journal of Clinical Pathology 2006; 126:625-6.
  • Multinucleated Giant Cells in Thyroid Fine Needle Aspiration: Pathologic Significance and Clinical Correlates. Danielle Wehle, M.D., M.S.; Syed Ali, M.D. (November 2005 ASC meeting). Cancer (Cancer Cytopathology) SUPPLEMENT October 25, 2005; 105 (5): 421-22.
  • Microwave Spectroscopic Studies of Ketene Dimer van der Waals Complexes, Danielle Wehle; E.A. Cotter; Jennifer Gillies, Ph.D.; C.W. Gillies, Ph.D.; H.E. Warner, Ph.D. National Conference of Undergraduate Research Abstracts, 1-61 1995.
  • Microwave Identification of a Second Geometrical Isomer of the Onion Lachrymator, (E) – Propanethial S-Oxide, Gillies C.W., Gillies, J. Z., Cotter, E. A., Wehle, D. M. 49th Int. Sym. Mol. Spectros., RF3, 1994, Columbus, Ohio.