University of Florida Anatomic Program Overview
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ACVP Training Program Overview

Name of Institution: University of Florida
Address: PO Box 100123
2015 SW 16th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32610-0123

Program Coordinators and Emails:
Dr. Robert Ossiboff,

Resident Representatives and Emails:
Dr. Erin Graham,

Prerequisites Beyond DVM:


Program Information:
Program  CP AP Combined MS/PhD
Program Options
Full Time Residents
Typical # of years for completion
Money to go to one (1) meeting/year
Money for books and supplies

Independent research/publication required for program completion?

Annual support for attendance at SEVPAC meeting; support for attendance at ACVP in 3rd year if presenting


Case Load:

 Small Animals Large Animals Exotic/Zoo Animals Lab Animals
Anatomic Pathology 50% 20% 30% <1%
Clinical Pathology

No required coursework, but AP residents participate in weekly rounds, including but not limited to: General Pathology Rounds, Dermatopathology Rounds, Systems Slide Rounds, Diagnostic Speed Slide Rounds, Gross Pathology Rounds, Anatomic/Clinical Pathology Correlate Rounds, and Mystery/Microscopic Slide Rounds


Percentage of Time Spent in Activities - Anatomic Pathology:
Service Teaching Seminar/Courses Research Other
Year 1 75 8 10 17
Year 2 75 8 10 17
Year 3 75 8 10 17
Year 4

Teaching percentage time includes instruction of veterinary students on necropsy clerkship rotation and one laboratory a semester; additional opportunities for teaching are available

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