Jenna Przybyla came to ARUP without a degree in 2020 to work as a lab tech in Chemistry Processing. Two years later, she’s set to finish school and make a career in laboratory science.
Jenna Przybyla came to ARUP for a job and found a career in laboratory science. Now, she makes a difference in patients’ lives every day. Learn how at ARUP’s Career Fair on May 13.
ARUP’s Samuel Rivera Aguilar will give the student commencement address at the University of Utah on May 5. Aguilar has been with ARUP for nine years as part of the Client Services team.
Samuel Rivera Aguilar’s path to becoming the University of Utah’s 2022 commencement student speaker is long and winding.
ARUP Consult®, a free source of laboratory testing information for clinicians, released several updated resources in April.
ARUP Consult has released new and updated resources on testing for viral hepatitis and nephrolithiasis (i.e., kidney stone disease).
ARUP’s Jay Patel, MD, and an expert panel of hematologists say that leveraging resources and communication can help expand access and outcomes for patients with cancer.
Biomarker testing can aid in the accurate diagnosis and treatment of cancer, but integrating precision medicine into routine clinical care can be a challenge.
Inspired by a TV medical drama, Maritza Byczkowski pursued a career in laboratory science. Every day she prepares the tissue sample slides that pathologists review to diagnose disease. After 24 years as a histotechnician specialist at ARUP, she’s still passionate about helping patients.
ARUP Histotechnician Maritza Byczkowski found her passion while watching a TV medical drama. Byczkowski saw the possibilities for a career in science that would allow her to help patients.
Noël Pusey, a medical laboratory scientist in ARUP Laboratories’ Immunohematology Reference Lab, performs testing to ensure that patients in need of blood transfusions are matched to the most suitable donors.
As an ARUP blood bank specialist, Noël Pusey uses both creativity and science to solve puzzles in transfusion medicine and help patients.
A lot has changed in laboratory medicine during the last 100 years. To celebrate Lab Week 2022, here are five resources that examine the past, present, and future of medical laboratory science.
ARUP’s annual Client Satisfaction Survey delivered rave reviews. Ninety-one percent of our clients say they love our services and would recommend us to others in the lab industry.
According to a national study, antibody-rich plasma from patients who recovered from COVID-19 can be an effective tool in early treatment of COVID-19.
ARUP was among a few blood centers that contributed COVID-19 convalescent plasma (CCP) to a national clinical trial that found a >50% reduction in risk of hospitalization with early CCP treatment.
ARUP Consult®, a free source of laboratory testing information for clinicians, released several updated resources in March.
ARUP Consult®, a free source of expert guidance in laboratory testing, has released updated resources on testing for group A Streptococcus, Toxocara, and Echinococcus infections.
Brysen Bocchino, a former laboratorian, left ARUP to pursue a career as a therapist. Now he’s back at ARUP as the Family Health Center’s first mental health clinician, and he’s working to develop policies and programs that support ARUP employees.
Not long ago, Brysen Bocchino was a college student working the bench at ARUP Laboratories with an eye on a career in mental health.
ARUP’s video entry in the ASCP 2022 Back to the Lab Photo and Video Contest takes a humorous look at just how much laboratory standards have changed in the last few decades.