About Mänette Monroe, M.D., M.Ed.


Dr. Monroe began her medical career at East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine after teaching anatomy and physiology at Manatee Community College and Pellissippi State Community College for a number of years. Upon completing medical school, Dr. Monroe became a resident in pathology at the University of Florida and later a cytopathology fellow in the same program. While at the University of Florida, she was active in research, service and leadership activities. As the Informatics Officer, Dr. Monroe helped develop a virtual pancreatic tissue bank for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. She also studied microsatellite instability in early onset prostate adenocarcinoma and p16INK4a immunoreactivity in endocervical glandular neoplasia. Her leadership activities included appointment as the Associate Chief Resident, participation in the College of American Pathologists Accredited Laboratory Inspection team, and chairman of the resident recruiting committee.

The College of Medicine welcomed Dr. Monroe in July 2010. In her role as Assistant Professor of Pathology, she is focused on developing the pathology curriculum for the systems-based modules and pathology elective.  Her current research focus is the efficacy of utilizing Equine Assisted Therapy for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder in American combat veterans.



  • M Campbell-Thompson, L Dixon, M Chen, M Monroe, J McGuigan, J Crawford, and M Atkinson. Adult beta cell regeneration in chronic pancreatitis and Zollinger-Ellison patients. University of Florida College of Medicine Research Day Poster Presentation. 2006.
  • Monroe M. Transfusion Related Lung Injury. CME presentation for Shands/UF Blood Bank Technicians. 2006.
  • M Campbell-Thompson, L Dixon, M Chen, M Monroe, J McGuigan, J Crawford, C Wasserfall and M Atkinson. Chronic Pancreatitis Increases Adult Beta Cell Replication. American Diabetes Association 67th Scientific Sessions. Poster Presentation. 2007.
  • M Monroe, M Campbell-Thompson, L Dixon, J McGuigan, J Crawford, M Atkinson. Chronic Pancreatitis Increases Adult Beta Cell Replication. Arch Pathol Lab Med. Vol 131, September 2007; 63.
  • Monroe M, Redman R, Massoll NA, and Wilkinson EJ. Grading Systems for Cervical Intraepithelial Squamous Lesions: A Survey of Practicing Academic and Community Pathologists. ASCCP National Biennial Meeting, Orlando Florida. Poster Presentation. 2008.
  • Campbell-Thompson M, Dixon LR, Wasserfall C, Monroe M, McGuigan JM, Schatz D, Crawford JM, Atkinson MA. Pancreatic adenocarcinoma patients with localised chronic severe pancreatitis show an increased number of single beta cells, without alterations in fractional insulin area. Diabetologia. 2009 Feb;52(2):262-70.
  • Monroe M MD, Wilkinson EJ MD and Butler SL MD. Evaluation of p16ink4a immunohistochemical reactivity in endocervical glandular neoplasia. J Lower Genital Tract Dis 15:1 (2011).
  • Delmas AL, Riggs BM, Pardo CE, Dyer LM, Darst RP, Izumchenko EG, Monroe M, Hakam A, Kladde MP, Siegel EM, Brown KD.WIF1 is a frequent target for epigenetic scilencing in squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix. Carcinogenesis.2011 Nov;32(11):1625-33. Epub 2011 Aug 26.
  • Monroe M MD, Allan R W MD, Dong H J PhD. Microsatellite instability in early onset prostate adenocarcinoma. http://www.ascponline.org/ascp static/core_routines/view_abstract. Annual meeting ASCP. Poster presentation. 2011.
  • Monroe M MD, Asmar A MD, Berry A MPA. Exploration then integration: Implementing TBL following SDL. 11th Annual Meeting Team Based Learning Cooperative. Poster Presentation. 2012.