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Residency: Prospective Resident Applicants

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Applicant Information

Thank you for your interest in the Neurosurgery Residency Program at the University of Florida. To apply to our program please visit the ERAS (The Electronic Residency Application Service) and the NRMP (National Resident Matching Program) websites.

Our interview process consists of two, half-day segments. The first day begins at 12:30 pm with a casual lunch and an overview of the department and residency program by Chairman, William A. Friedman, MD and Program Director, Brian L. Hoh, MD. The afternoon will conclude with a tour of our facilities, the campus, and the Gainesville area. That evening you will have the opportunity to casually interact with our current residents during dinner at a local restaurant.

The second day will begin at 7:00 am and you will have the opportunity to attend our regularly scheduled morning conference. Interviews with the faculty will begin shortly after the conclusion of morning conference and will conclude by 1:30 pm. Lunch will be provided. You are encouraged to attend lunch, but we understand that you may have to leave following interviews because of travel obligations. Therefore, attendance at lunch is not mandatory.

Gainesville, FL has a regional airport but is also conveniently located within two hours driving time of three of Florida’s largest cities (Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville). We are also within a day’s drive of major metropolitan areas in the Southeast.

Interview Dates

Our interview dates are:

  • To be announced soon in this spot

For additional information on our residency program, please contact Ashley Kolosky, Residency Coordinator, at (352) 294-5220

To learn more about the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Florida you can download a copy of our annual report (right).

The report contains extensive information regarding the department’s patient care, research and training programs.