William Clapp, M.D.

William L Clapp, M.D. - Background

(352) 376-1611

Biography

Dr. William L. Clapp's area of diagnostic expertise is renal pathology, which includes the evaluation of renal biopsies from other institutions throughout the Southeast United States. He is a working general surgical pathologist and has interests and responsibilities in ultrastructural pathology and hematopathology.

Dr. Clapp's teaching interests and responsibilities include the cell and molecular biology of cancer and the directorship for the renal pathology course for University of Florida medical students.

Administrative responsibilities include serving as the chief of anatomic pathology for the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans' Health System and several committee memberships.

Education

Fellowship - Hematology
National Naval Medical Center
1981

Residency - Pathology - Anatomic and Clinical
National Naval Medical Center
1980

Internship - Pathology - Anatomic and Clinical
National Naval Medical Center
1977

Medical Degree
University of Tenneessee
1976

Board Certification

  • Pathology - Anatomic and Clinical - American Board of Pathology
  • Hematology - American Board of Pathology

Honors and Awards

Exemplary Teacher Award
University of Florida
2004

Basic Science Teacher of the Year
University of Florida
2002