We will hold all interviews this year by Zoom. We had great success last year with our virtual interviews and are excited to meet you! We will have interview dates in October, November, December, and January and applicants will be able to choose from morning or afternoon sessions.
Interviewees will be invited to small group Zoom “happy hour” sessions the evening before the interview to get to meet current residents.
Apply for Residency Training
- We accept applications via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
- Applicants are strongly encouraged to have their applications completed (included letters of recommendation) by the day ERAS opens for programs to review applicants.
- Letters of recommendation from any specialty are accepted. We encourage applicants to have at least 2 of their letters be from pathologists.
- We do not have any specific cut offs for test scores or GPA.
Please explore these videos and websites to learn more about our program and about Gainesville.
UF Pathology Videos:
University of Florida Department of Pathology Residency Program
Stacy Beal, Program Director – A Day in My Life
Shands Surgical Pathology Rotations
Clinical Pathology Rotations
VA Surgical Pathology Rotations
UF Graduate Medical Education
About Gainesville Videos:
Tour your new home of Gainesville in 60 seconds!
From Bird Strike to Hope: The Story of Moe Ricks’s Optimism in the Face of Tragedy
Experience the outdoors activities and cultural events here in our area of Florida!
Gainesville is stronger because of our community! The home of Tom Petty, we won’t back down from the COVID challenge!
What makes a city great? This is not your average city, this is Gainesville.
Please note: Based on mandates of institutions where rotations and on-call coverage is required, proof of COVID-19 vaccinations are required to be provided prior to the start of your residency program. No requests for exemptions will be approved.
We accept applications via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®).
Applicants are strongly encouraged to have their applications completed (included letters of recommendation) by September 14th.
Letters of recommendation from any specialty are allowed; we encourage applicants to have at least 2 LOR’s from Pathologists.
We do not have any specific cut offs for test scores or GPA.
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.
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.
We Welcome You to Rotate With Us!
We enjoy getting to know applicants during external rotations and observerships. Please see more information here: Visiting Medical Students and Observers
We Welcome International Medical Graduates
University of Florida College of Medicine (UF-COM) welcomes applications for residency and fellowship training from our international colleagues. The UF-COM will sponsor J-1 visas for residency training only through the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). The UF-COM will only, in limited case-by-case circumstances, sponsor any new H-1 type visas for training in any medical specialty. Permanent resident aliens who already have permanent work authorization are welcome to apply. All applications must be filed through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).
Once selected or matched for a training program, it is important that International Medical Graduates (IMG) complete requested paperwork as soon as possible so that all deadlines can be met. Additional information regarding a J-1 visa application can be found at:
NOTE: It is important that J-1’s entering the United States wait to apply for a Social Security (SS) number until after checking in with their departments and SEVIS validation. Applying for a SS number prior to this may cause significant delays. For further information, contact
Sally Harvin, Assistant Director, Office of the Dean, Administrative Affairs
For more information on available positions in the Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine, contact:
James Breedon, Program Coordinator
Office: 352.273.5507 | Fax: 352.273.8172