ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology reference laboratory and a worldwide leader in innovative laboratory research and development. A nonprofit enterprise of the University of Utah, ARUP offers an extensive test menu of highly complex and unique medical tests.
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Resolving Conflicts with Clinical Departments Through Data and Transparency
Dr. Brian Jackson, ARUP's vice president and chief medical informatics officer, interviews Ben Chacon, a quality consultant in Clinical Laboratory News.
A Rare NEJM Case Study Raises Questions about Zika Transmission
An unusually high level of infection in a Zika-related death could explain unconventional transmission to a second patient.
ARUP Laboratories Medical Director Receives CAP Distinguished Service Award
Dr. Voelkerding has led a team focused on developing accreditation requirements and proficiency testing for next-generation sequencing. His commitment was recognized with the CAP Distinguished Service Award.
NEW Epi proColon: Detecting Cancer in Blood
Epi proColon is the first and only FDA-approved blood test for colorectal cancer screening that detects methylated Septin 9 DNA by PCR.
For screening guidelines and recommendations, see the U.S. Preventive Task Force statement on colorectal cancer screening.
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New Video Lectures Available for Free CME/SAM/PACE
Personalized Drug Therapy Is Here! An Update on Genetic Tools and Clinical Decision Support Available to Guide Drug and Dose Selection Today by Gwen McMillin, PhD, DABCC(CC,TC),
and Diagnostic Trends in Laboratory Evaluation of Antiphospholipid Syndrome by Anne E. Tebo, PhD.
Visit Visit the ARUP Scientific Resource for Research and Education to view all available video lectures.
30th Annual Park City Anatomic Pathology Update:
February 6—10, 2017
This five-day course consists of lectures and discussions led by distinguished faculty from the University of Utah and renowned guest presenters, including Dr. Esther Oliva from Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr. Eva Wojcik from Loyola University Medical Center.
Find out more and register.