School of Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine


Jining Feng, M.D./Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology
Detroit Medical Center
3990 John R
Detroit, MI 48201
Cervical cytology, fine needle aspiration (FNA), body fluid, gastrointestinal tract tumor, head and neck tumor

Dr. Jining Feng practices general surgical pathology, with particular interests in gastrointestinal tract tumors, head and neck tumors. Dr. Feng’s expertise is cytopathology of cervical cytology, body fluid, and fine needle aspiration.

Research Interests

Dr. Feng’s research interests are in cancer diagnosis and its implications in patient management. Her current research concerns high risk HPV detection in ASCUS cervical cytology. She is also interested in molecular and immunohistochemical studies in cytology specimen and surgical specimen. 


1998-2002: Wayne State University Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, MI, USA


M.D. (1987): Beijing Medical University, Beijing, China
Ph.D. (1995): University of Cincinnati School of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, USA

2002-2003: William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, USA

Medical Education Responsibilities

Undergraduate Program
Lecturer for Medical School 2nd year pathobiology and pathophysiology
Lecturer for Cytotechnology School on FNA of liver, salivary gland, neuroendocrine tumor, lymph nodes, and head & neck tumor.

Training faculty: pathology residency and fellowship program, specializing in cytology and surgical pathology.


1. Feng J and Husain M, 2007, Outcomes of women with ASCUS interpretation and positive for high risk HPV DNA. A single institution two-year follow up study, Acta Cytol, 51: 730-4.
2. Feng J, Al-Abbadi MA, Bandyopadhyay S, Salimnia H, and Husain M, 2008, Significance of high risk HPV DNA positive ASC-US Pap in peri- and postmenopausal women, Acta Cytol, 52: 434-8.
3. Feng J, and Bernacki EG, 2008, Intraoperative cytologic evaluation of sentinel lymph nodes in patients with breast carcinoma by scrape preparation, Diagnostic CytoloPathol, 36: 790-3.
4. Arabi MH, Yousef N, Feng J, Bandyopadhyay S, and Al-Abbadi MA, 2009, Immediate wet preparation: Accuracy and added value of triage beyond segregating potentially neoplastic effusions, Acta Cytol, 53: 71-6.
5. Fahim AT, Wang H, Feng J, and Ginsburg D, 2009, Transgenic overexpression of a stable plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 variant may cause early lethality in mice, Thrombosis Research, 123: 785-92.