Medical laboratory professionals such as this pair at work at ARUP are in high demand. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated that nearly 26,000 more of these highly trained specialists will be needed each year through 2030.
Efforts to train more medical laboratory scientists have been greatly boosted by $3 million in federal funds for a clinical lab training center that ARUP will build with the University of Utah.
ARUP’s culture of caring has earned it Utah Business magazine’s Best Companies To Work For Award for a fifth consecutive year.
Lauren Pearson, DO, MPH, is the first appointed chief medical officer of ARUP at University of Utah Health. Her new role will support ARUP’s commitment to continuous quality improvement for clinical laboratory services across the University of Utah Health system.
Lauren Pearson, DO, MPH, has been appointed to serve as the first chief medical officer of ARUP at University of Utah Health to support ARUP’s mission to provide the highest quality diagnostic care.
ARUP President and Chief Scientific Officer Tracy George, MD (center), joins Kate Benedict, worldwide vice president/general manager of vascular access devices at BD, and Jared Bauer, CEO of Seek Labs, on a Workplace Innovation panel at the 2022 BioHive Summit to discuss workforce retention.
ARUP President and CSO Tracy George, MD, joined industry leaders and stakeholders at the 13th annual BioHive Summit Thursday to discuss ARUP’s employee focus, staff retention, and company culture.
Benjamin Bradley, MD, PhD, is set to publish his first two virology articles on monkeypox testing protocols as ARUP Laboratories’ medical director of Virology and Molecular Infectious Diseases.
Benjamin Bradley, MD, PhD, joined ARUP’s team of medical directors amid the monkeypox outbreak. Now, his new research aims to help labs improve testing.
In 2008, Megan Flipse started in ARUP's Exception Handling department in an entry-level role. Now, she oversees multiple departments as a Support Services group manager.
Group Manager Megan Flipse discusses her start as a laboratory client support technician, the completion of her medical laboratory science degree, and her career advancement at ARUP.
ARUP Laboratories is eighth in Utah on Forbes magazine’s list of America’s Best Employers By State, a testament to the good working environment ARUP maintains for all its employees, including for these specialists in the company’s Automated Core Lab.
Forbes magazine’s most recent ranking names ARUP among America’s Best Employers By State for the company’s focus on workplace safety, competitive compensation, inclusive culture, and more.
ARUP Laboratories, the STEM Action Center, and Spy Hop collaborated on a film to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Students practice pipetting skills during the first laboratory medicine summer camp held by the Division of Medical Laboratory Sciences in the Department of Pathology at University of Utah Health.
Photo credit: Adriana Callahan
More than 30 Utah high school students immersed themselves in laboratory medicine during the University of Utah Department of Pathology’s inaugural summer camp.
Tracy George, MD, ARUP president and chief scientific officer, is actively involved in efforts to encourage and help women and other underrepresented groups pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). ARUP’s efforts to offer mentorship and support in helping women to build their careers helped the company earn a spot on Forbes magazine’s Best Employers for Women list.
Forbes Magazine has recognized the support ARUP offers women as they build their careers by naming ARUP as one of America’s Best Employers for Women.
ARUP Laboratories invites medical professionals to participate in a free webinar that will feature creative solutions to address the current laboratory and hospital staffing crisis.
Is there anything better than dog kisses? ARUP Laboratories is adding dog therapy mental health breaks to its array of companywide initiatives to improve employee well-being.
How about some dog kisses? ARUP offers dog therapy to employees to improve mental health, reduce stress, and enhance well-being.