Utah Business magazine has honored ARUP Laboratories with a 2023 Best Companies to Work For Award. ARUP has earned this award every year since 2018.
Utah Business magazine honored ARUP Laboratories with its Best Companies to Work For award for the sixth consecutive year based on anonymous employee survey results.
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.
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.
ARUP Wellness Supervisor Danny James, MS, CSCS, demonstrates the bird dog exercise for a corrective exercise participant.
Ragan Communications has recognized an ARUP program that helps staff improve their health through exercises that treat and prevent injuries that can result from the repetitive nature of work in a lab.
Kamisha Johnson-Davis, PhD, DABCC (CC, TC), ARUP medical director of Clinical Toxicology, and Richard Ferguson, MD, MBA, Black Physicians of Utah founder and president, initiated the planning for ARUP’s Summer Research Day and collaborated throughout the event.
Black Physicians of Utah and ARUP recently hosted a Summer Research Day to give undergraduate and high school students a chance to tour labs, meet medical directors, and learn more about lab testing.
ARUP’s Biochemical Genetics lab performs critical, complex testing to diagnose and monitor metabolic disorders. Every person in the laboratory plays a role in promptly delivering thorough results.
Left to right, Archana Agarwal, MD; Kristi Smock, MD; Tracy George, MD; and Peng Li, MD, PhD, are all hematopathologists and leaders at ARUP who are working to create a welcoming work environment for employees. Along with supportive policies and practices, professional development opportunities, and other benefits, these characteristics have earned ARUP a spot on the list of 100 Utah Companies Championing Women.
ARUP has been selected as one of 100 Utah Companies Championing Women by In Utah, an initiative of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity and the Utah Women and Leadership Project.
ARUP Senior Clinical Product Manager Lisa Skodack Jones, pictured here in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains, began her career at ARUP as an Infectious Diseases quality specialist in 1990. Now, she plays an essential role in Business Development.
Lisa Skodack Jones, an ARUP senior clinical product manager, describes her career path and what led to her unexpected shift to a role in Business Development.
Recent recruitment fraud attacks have hit those seeking jobs at ARUP Laboratories and other local companies. Jobseekers should be vigilant in spotting phishing and recruitment scams.
Bad actors posing as ARUP recruiters have attempted to collect sensitive financial information from jobseekers. Learn how to spot recruitment fraud.
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.