Welcome Residency Program Class of 2028!


Welcome UF Urology
 Urology Residency Program Class of 2028
Alec Holloway University of South Alabama College of Medicine
Mobile, AL

Ann Stolzle Louisiana State University School of Medicine
Shreveport, LA
Christopher Zhou Case Western Reserve
University School of Medicine
Cleveland, OH

We are excited to announce results of the UF Department of Urology 2023 Residency Match!

The national match for urologic residency training is very competitive, with over 508 medical students applying for just 386 positions. The UF Department of Urology interviewed 52 extremely qualified applicants for 3 positions. It is with great enthusiasm that we introduce the three newest Urology residents to our UF Urology family.

Alec Holloway is from Hartselle, AL. He will be receiving his medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine.  He received a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences from Auburn University. His hobbies include golf, fishing, sports, and video games.

Ann Stolzle was born and raised in Baton Rouge, LA, and received her undergrad degree from LSU (Go Tigers!). She attended LSU Medical School in Shreveport, LA. Her hobbies include distance running and enjoys running half-marathons. She is currently training to run her first marathon and is excited to join the Gator family!

Christopher Zhou is a from Louisville, KY. He will be receiving his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University. He graduated from Yale University with a BS in Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry. His interests include playing the clarinet, Formula 1, and watches.

We are excited to have them join the Department of Urology. We look forward to their continue development during their training.

Go Gators!

Christopher E. Bayne, MD
Assistant Professor
Associate Residency Program Director
Department of Urology

M. Louis Moy, MD
Associate Professor
Residency Program Director
Department of Urology

Li-Ming Su, MD
David A. Cofrin Professor of Urologic Oncology
Chairman, Department of Urology
University of Florida College of Medicine


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