Apply for Residency Training

The Department’s graduate medical training primarily takes place at the University of Florida Health Science Center’s teaching facilities and affiliates; however, training for any resident can occur at a number of additional sites. All assignments and call schedules are made at the discretion of the appropriate program directory.

  1. We accept applications via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) (through late-January) and International Medical Graduates (IMG).
  2. Higher United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) scores are more competitive and assist us in selecting qualified applicants for interviews.
  3. The more competitive candidates have usually graduated from medical school within the last 10 years.

Terms and Conditions of Employment

Appointments are renewed annually, and continued retention in the training program depends on the continuation of requisite funding, as well as participants’ training progress and satisfactory performance. A resident’s reappointment and progression to more advanced levels is based on periodic reviews of the resident’s educational/professional progress and achievement.

Financial Support

The UF College of Medicine sets the annual stipend for residents at each level. Exceptions to these stipend levels should be approved by the Graduate Medical Education Committee and pays the employer contribution of FICA. Additionally, residents are eligible for participation in the State of Florida’s Deferred Compensation Plan.

For more information on available positions in the Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine, contact:
Linda Harlan, Program Coordinator
Office: 352.273.9202 | Fax: 352.273.8172