Anatomic Pathology

Anatomic pathology involves the diagnosis of disease by appraising tissue/organ specimens and whole bodies via gross, microscopic, chemical, immunologic and molecular examination techniques. The pathologists at the the Department of […]

Eye Love Pathology

Experimental Pathology

Experimental pathology involves the study of disease processes via the examination of cells, tissues or organs or bodily fluids from diseased organisms. The Department’s Experimental Pathology Division is composed of […]

EP Brain

Clinical Pathology

Clinical pathology helps physicians diagnose patient conditions and diseases by analyzing bodily fluids with instruments and equipment used in chemistry, hematology, microbiology and molecular pathology. The Department’s faculty physicians practice […]

Core Lab Automation

Forensic Medicine

The mission of UF Health Forensic Medicine is fourfold – education, research, service and outreach. This division within the UF Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine utilizes its extensive […]

Forensic DNA

Department News

Congratulation to Dr. Weizhou Zhang

He has 3 papers showing up in the same issue of Nature Communications! Proteolysis-targeting chimera against BCL-XL destroys tumor-infiltrating…

Women in medicine: Stacy Beal, M.D.

Women in medicine: Stacy Beal, M.D. ’09, shares challenges and rewards of work, leadership and motherhood

The passing of a beloved UF Pathologist

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Dr. William (Bill) Murphy, MD, Emeritus Professor of Pathology at the University of Florida…

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Department of Pathology

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UF Health News

UF Health Central Florida to create internal residency program

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Chair of surgery at UF College of Medicine elected to the National Academy of Medicine

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