ARUP Laboratories, the University of Utah, and the U Huntsman Cancer Institute are spearheading an effort to acquire genetic knowledge with the creation of the open-source BRCA1 and BRCA2 database.
More than 700 students (mostly freshmen) earned ARUP scholarships based on outstanding academic performance. It allowed the U to court some of the brightest in the state.
The go-to-book for body fluids, Kjeldsberg’s Body Fluid Analysis (4th edition) was recently updated and released by the American Society for Clinical Pathology Press (ASCP).
American College of Medical Genetics annual meeting participants toured ARUP’s Specimen Receiving—where test tubes and specimens spin, chug, slide, and ride their way along automated equipment.
Ronald Weiss, MD, was awarded the annual Governor’s Medals for Science and Technology—Utah’s highest honor in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).