Kelli Ann Hutchens, MD, FCAP

Kelli Ann Hutchens, MD, FCAP


Clinical Assistant Professor
Fellowship Program Director, Dermatopathology, Medical Director, Anatomic Pathology

Languages Spoken


Clinical Expertise

  • Melanoma
  • Skin Diseases

About Dr. Hutchens

Creative Writing, Cooking

Medical Education

Medical School
University of Nevada School of Medicine
Loyola University Medical Center - Pathology: Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
  • Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology - Dermatopathology

Board Certification


  • Clinical and immunologic evaluation of three metastatic melanoma patients treated with autologous melanoma-reactive TCR-transduced T cells Moore, T.; Wagner, C. R.; Scurti, G. M.; Hutchens, K. A.; Godellas, C.; Clark, A. L.; Kolawole, E. M.; Hellman, L. M.; Singh, N. K.; Huyke, F. A.; Wang, S. Y.; Calabrese, K. M.; Embree, H. D.; Orentas, R.; Shirai, K.; Dellacecca, E.; Garrett-Mayer, E.; Li, M.; Eby, J. M.; Stiff, P. J.; Evavold, B. D.; Baker, B. M.; Le Poole, I. C.; Dropulic, B.; Clark, J. I.; Nishimura, M. I., Cancer immunology, immunotherapy : CII
  • Cutaneous Cytomegalovirus Infection in an Immunocompetent Patient: Innocent Bystander or Culprit? Grushchak, S.; Hutchens, K. A.; Joy, C.; Peterson, A.; Speiser, J.; Mudaliar, K., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • The microenvironment in primary cutaneous melanoma with associated spontaneous tumor regression: evaluation for T-regulatory cells and the presence of an immunosuppressive microenvironment Gray, A.; Grushchak, S.; Mudaliar, K.; Kliethermes, S.; Carey, K.; Hutchens, K. A., Melanoma research
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  • Changing Dermatopathology Protocols for Processing Small Skin Biopsies: Decreases in Slide Quantity Does Not Affect Patient Care and Allows for Optimal Efficiency Mudaliar, K.; Speiser, J.; Hutchens, K. A., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • Actinic Keratosis Transected: What Lies Beneath?, Speiser, J. J.; Garib, G.; Novice, K.; Peterson, A.; Hutchens, K. A., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • Blastomycosis and Pregnancy: An Unusual Postpartum Disease Course Surprenant, D.; Kaniszewska, M.; Hutchens, K.; Go, C.; O'Keefe, P.; Swan, J.; Tung, R., Case reports in dermatology
  • Multiple Primary Merkel Cell Carcinomas Presenting as Pruritic Painful Lower Leg Tumors, Blumenthal, L.; VandenBoom, T.; Melian, E.; Peterson, A.; Hutchens, K. A., Case reports in dermatology
  • Novel Use of Preoperative Epidermal Coloring of Very Small Dermatological Specimens-Protocol for Reduction of Lost Specimens Surprenant, D.; Garib, G.; Hutchens, K.; Dreifke, M.; Speiser, J.; Winterfield, L.; Peterson, A.; Krol, C.; Adams, W.; Tung, R., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • Targeting Fyn in Ras-transformed cells induces F-actin to promote adherens junction-mediated cell-cell adhesion Fenton, S. E.; Hutchens, K. A.; Denning, M. F., Molecular carcinogenesis
  • A Rare Collision in Dermatopathology: Basal Cell Carcinoma and Atypical Fibroxanthoma Speiser, J. J.; Aggarwal, S.; Wold, L.; Tung, R.; Hutchens, K. A., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • Neurofibroma with numerous lymphoid aggregates simulating spindle cell melanoma: utilization of CD34 fingerprint for diagnosis Hogan, S. R.; Speiser, J. J.; Lee, J. M.; Hutchens, K. A., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • The new AJCC guidelines in practice: utility of the MITF immunohistochemical stain in the evaluation of single-cell metastasis in melanoma sentinel lymph nodes Hutchens, K. A.; Heyna, R., 2nd; Mudaliar, K.; Wojcik, E., The American Journal of Surgical Pathology
  • Unusual clinical presentation of cutaneous angiosarcoma masquerading as eczema: a case report and review of the literature Trinh, N. Q.; Rashed, I.; Hutchens, K. A.; Go, A.; Melian, E.; Tung, R., Case reports in dermatological medicine
  • Eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusion bodies in vesicular multinucleated melanocytes: a clue to the diagnosis of benign melanocytic lesions Patino, W. D.; Hutchens, K. A.; Kapil, J.; Chiou, Y.; Gottlieb, G. J., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • Comparison between Langerhans cell concentration in lichen planopilaris and traction alopecia with possible immunologic implications Hutchens, K. A.; Balfour, E. M.; Smoller, B. R., The American Journal of Dermatopathology
  • Multilocular thymic cyst presenting as acute chest pain Schmalz, S. L.; Reddy, P. R.; Hutchens, K. A.; Liu, J., The American Journal of Medicine
  • Stroke and myocardial infarction as late complications of lung transplantation. Johnston, S. L.; Halabi, S.; Cohoon, K.; Alex, C. G.; Hutchens, K.; Leya, F., Journal of Heart & Lung Transplantation