Whole genome HiFi sequencing will be used on unexplained rare disease cases to evaluate if it can identify variants not readily detectable by short-read sequencing.
ARUP is using Deep Bio’s artificial intelligence-based software in research to evaluate how use of the software may aid in detection and classification of prostate cancer cells, such as the cells pictured here.
Harry R. Hill, MD, has been honored by the creation of the Harry R. Hill Presidential Endowed Chair in the University of Utah Department of Pathology, where he was a professor for 47 years before his retirement from the U and ARUP Laboratories on October 1, 2021.
AirMed carries O-negative blood and AB plasma on each flight. Approximately two patients per week receive blood products on the way to the hospital. This blood is from individuals who donated through ARUP Blood Services.
ARUP Consultative Services helps clients make sound testing decisions to ensure they can control health system costs without sacrificing or delaying critical patient diagnostic testing results. From left are Director of Consultative Services Sandy Richman, Senior Healthcare Consultant Ben Chacon, former Technical Operations Director Martha Bale, and Andrew Fletcher, MD, medical director of Consultative Services.
ARUP’s dedicated employees, including Brook Berger, a lab supervisor, make a difference in the lives of patients every day. A workplace culture that prioritizes patient care is among the strengths that landed ARUP on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers by State for 2021.
An ARUP employee reviews the result of a test to detect the presence of ova or parasites in a specimen. ARUP and Techcyte collaborated in 2019 to produce the world’s first artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled detection tool, which helps laboratorians quickly screen out negative results so they can spend more time analyzing slides that show positive results.