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Congratulations to Dr. Elaine Lyon, Recently Named to the Board of the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG)
Lyon, an ARUP medical director of Molecular Genetics, Genomics, and Pharmacogenomics, will serve as the ACMG laboratory molecular genetics director. She is also a member of the AMA Molecular Pathology Advisory Group and the CSER advisory panel for the National Human Genome Research Institute.
Read more about ACMG's new board members.
Magnify Wins Ragan's 2016 Employee Communications Award
ARUP's biannual magazine took first place in the print magazine category for its style and originality. According to the judges, who pored over 150 submissions, Magnify is "informative and beautifully constructed . . . It allows employees to see the number of successes and innovations emerging from the various individual labs within ARUP [and] humanizes the organization."
View the Spring 2017 issue of Magnify.
What’s the Connection Between You, Zebrafish, and Liver Cancer?
Zebrafish are rockstars of vertebrate scientific research—80 percent of disease-causing genes in humans have at least one related gene in zebrafish. This connection became evident to ARUP medical director Kimberley Evason, MD, PhD, while she was looking closely at the complex progression of liver cancer and liver disease.
Read more about Dr. Evason's research.
New Video Lectures Available for Free CME, SAM, PACE & FL CLS
Topics in Intraoperative Gynecologic Oncology by Mark Dodson, MD, and New Approaches to the Diagnosis of Prosthetic Joint Infection by Robin Patel, MD(CM).
View all available video lectures.
Free Webinar for P.A.C.E. and FL Continuing Education Credits: Human Microbiome in Health and Disease
Join ARUP Medical Director Dr. David Hillyard on
March 30, 11 a.m.–noon, as he discusses how NGS and advanced informatics have helped reveal complex signaling networks between microbes and their hosts beginning before birth.
Find out more and register.