Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD (left), chief medical officer and senior director of governmental affairs, will lead the webinar, and Jonathan Carr, JD (right), compliance officer, will moderate a Q&A session.
ARUP experts seek to increase understanding of the FDA’s proposed rule to regulate lab-developed tests as medical devices and the impact on hospitals and patients during a webinar on November 29.
From left, Greg Critchfield, Myriad Genetics and Sera Prognostics; Mark Poritz, Co-Diagnostics; Kyle Berg, Quansys Biosciences; Jared Bauer, Seek Labs; Tracy I. George, ARUP Laboratories; and Andrew Hemmert, bioMerieux. These panelists addressed challenges facing diagnostics companies during a discussion at the Utah Life Sciences Summit in Salt Lake City on November 9.
A panel discussion at the Utah Life Sciences Summit explored how the FDA’s proposed rule to further regulate laboratory-developed tests could slow advances in diagnostic medicine.
Founding members of the new Institute for Research and Innovation in Diagnostic and Precision MedicineTM collaborate. From left, Erica Clyde, MBA; Robert S. Ohgami, MD, PhD, FCAP; and Hunter Best, PhD, FACMG.
ARUP experts in molecular pathology will present at, participate in, and be available to attendees during the upcoming Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) Meeting and Expo in Salt Lake City.
ARUP’s Section Chief of Transfusion Medicine and Medical Director of the Transfusion Service, Ryan Metcalf, MD, contributed to recently updated guidelines for red blood cell transfusion by the Association for the Advancement of Blood and Biotherapies (AABB).
The Association for the Advancement of Blood and Biotherapies recommends that providers use a restrictive transfusion strategy to reduce unnecessary transfusions and the risk of adverse events.
ARUP embraces emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and digital pathology to optimize laboratory operations.
ARUP’s David P. Ng, MD, will share a presentation on artificial intelligence (AI) in the clinical lab at the Patient-centered Laboratory Utilization Guidance Services (PLUGS) Regional Summit.
From left, Claire Adam of ARUP Laboratories, Jimmy McDonough of the Talent Ready Utah Center, and Michaela Hatch of Recursion discuss how returnships can help ensure that women won’t abandon careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
During a networking event cohosted by ARUP, leaders in the life sciences advocated for more returnships to help those who have taken time off ease back into careers in STEM.
The newest edition highlights innovations that keep ARUP at the forefront of toxicology testing. Also featured: ARUP’s expanded capacity for cytogenetics testing.
Waseem Anani, MD, medical director of ARUP Blood Services, announced the new Whole Blood Titans program from the University of Utah Hospital helipad on October 18.
ARUP Blood Services has announced the rollout of its Whole Blood Titan program, which will encourage donations of low-titer, type O blood that is vital to saving lives in emergency situations.
ARUP Consult®, a free source of laboratory testing information for clinicians, released several new resources in September.
ARUP Consult, a free source of expert guidance in laboratory testing, has released new resources on testing for polycystic ovary syndrome and autoimmune encephalitis.
A woman collects a saliva sample, a specimen type validated for the COVID-19 molecular diagnostic test developed during the COVID-19 pandemic as a laboratory-developed test.
The FDA’s newly proposed rules would regulate all in vitro diagnostic products as medical devices if enacted. ARUP believes additional FDA oversight would disrupt the diagnostic testing market.
ARUP Consult®, a free source of laboratory testing information for clinicians, released several new and updated resources in August.
ARUP Consult, a free source of expert guidance in laboratory testing, has released updated resources on testing for osteoporosis, paraneoplastic pemphigus, and epilepsy.
ARUP Medical Laboratory Scientist Beah Manuel performs enzyme activity deficiency testing. Employer recommendations from employees like Manuel and others in Utah landed ARUP Laboratories a spot on Forbes Magazine’s most recent list of best employers by state.
Forbes magazine has listed ARUP as one of the 2023 Best Employers by State based on employer recommendations from employees and others in Utah in a recent survey conducted by Statista.