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Applicants

We are looking for those who have a desire to succeed, have great work ethic, and are team players. We do consider your academic performance through the undergraduate and graduate (medical) years, LORs and how you have documented your commitment to Pathology, and your experiences in life (medicine is a part of life, not life itself) including volunteerism. Communication skills are also valued.  If you have had other unique accomplishments and interests, we want to hear about those too!

We take pride in the large volume of case materials and diversity of institutional experiences that shape our residency program.  Our residents come from a variety of backgrounds, and we emphasize camaraderie and cooperation. 

Application Process

All positions are offered through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).  All applications must be submitted through Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

A complete application consists of:

  • Medical school transcripts
  • Personal statement
  • Letters of Recommendation (at least one letter should be from a pathologist)
  • USMLE Scores Part 1 and Part 2, preference is given for passage of Step 3
  • If coming via research background, evidence of peer-reviewed publications should be provided.

Selection Criteria

Please review our UTHSC Graduate Medical Education site for resident selection guidelines (Policy#110).

IMG Requirement 

Applicants must be a US citizen, permanent resident of the US with valid work permit, or able to obtain a J1 visa.  IMGs must be able to provide ECFMG certification to begin July 1st.

ERAS 2018 Residency Application Timeline

Meet Our Coordinator

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Victor Carrozza, MBA
Pathology Residency Coordinator   

A native of Tupelo, MS, Victor has resided in Memphis for the past 30 years, after initially coming to the city to attend college.  He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Marketing from Christian Brothers University.  He went on to receive his MBA with a concentration in Marketing from the University of Memphis.  He spent a number of years in corporate America working at various companies including Landau Uniforms, Inc. and Hallmark Marketing Corporation.  He has held several positions in the nonprofit sector with the American Heart Association, Memphis Symphony Orchestra and the Memphis Medical Society.

Last Published: Jul 16, 2018