ARUP Laboratories: A National Reference Laboratory

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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In Focus

eSupply Enhancements

ARUP Laboratories is excited to announce the enhancement of our online client supply ordering platform, eSupply, accessible via ARUP Connect™. Enhancements will include two business-day shipping for most items!

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Q&A with Technologist II and Training Specialist Tory Meyer, Molecular and Infectious Disease Laboratory

Do early skills lead to performing tests more adeptly, and being able to train others for them? Training specialist and technologist Torrance (Tory) Meyer talks about that in our blog.

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U.S. Olympians Avoided Zika, Contracted West Nile Virus

In a University of Utah study with testing led by Dr. Marc Couturier, PhD, ARUP medical director, 457 Olympians were screened for mosquito-borne viruses after returning from Brazil in 2016—with a surprise result.

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Lab Stewardship Guidelines: New Article in JALM

Andrew Fletcher, MD, and three other authors of a new JALM report are from ARUP. The report lays out potential guidelines for lab stewardship, or utilization management: how to order the right test for the right person, at the right time.

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Cytogenetics: Scanning the Genome

Cytogeneticists, geneticists who study the chromosomes in cells, have a profession with a nifty name and a big job looking at small details. We talk on our blog with Allen Lamb, PhD, a founding fellow of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, and section chief of Cytogenetics and Genomic Microarray at ARUP Laboratories.

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Q&A with Medical Lab Technician Devon Turner, Automated Core Laboratory

Being a clinical lab technician involves automation but also occasional troubleshooting: If the potassium level is very high, was it sent in the right test tube? A MLT has the scientific training to ask such questions and give better service, notes MLT Devon Turner, ARUP, in our blog.

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Journey of a Specimen: The Complete 6-Part Video Series

The six intriguing episodes in our video series, “Journey of a Specimen,” are now available all together. You can hear from Christopher Sorenson on Transportation, David Rogers on Specimen Receiving, Clint Wilcox on Automation, Martha Bale about Inside the Lab, Erica Cuttitta about Biocomputing, and Julio Delgado on medical directors.

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What Do Genetic Counselors Have to Do with It?

ARUP’s new genetic counselor website helps us understand the integral role these counselors play in medical laboratory testing. Whether you are a patient, a clinician, or a laboratory client, they are an invaluable resource. Our growing team—16!—of counselors share their knowledge and guidance in a new series of blogs and in the unveiling of their new website.

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Join Us For the 31st Annual Park City Anatomic Pathology Update!

This five-day course consists of lectures and case-oriented discussions led by distinguished faculty from the University of Utah and renowned guest presenters. Subspecialty topics featured in this year's annual update include gastrointestinal, hepatic and pancreaticobiliary pathology.

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New Video Lectures Available for Free CME, SAM, PACE & FL CLS

Harmonization: Why You Should Care! by Greg Miller, PhD, DABCC, and Sudden Cardiac Death Prevention with Molecular Diagnostic by Rong Mao, MD, FACMG.

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