Society's growing and changing understanding of how race, ethnicity, or ancestry (REA) is experienced and interpreted is prompting many clinical labs to reexamine practices related to REA data.
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.
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 President and Chief Medical Officer Tracy George, MD, will share her advice for women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in an all-women panel discussion at the Utah Business Deep Tech Conference on March 22.
ARUP President and Chief Medical Officer Tracy George, MD, has a message for women building STEM careers: Believe in yourself.
Students listen as automation engineer Darby Nelson (not pictured) shows how electricity and magnets can work together to levitate samples on these rectangular movers in order to avoid any friction, which decreases wear and tear on machinery.
Nearly 150 Native American middle-school children recently visited ARUP as part of an American Indian Services PREP Program that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.
ARUP has launched an enhanced MLS Faculty & Student Resource Center that provides free online materials to supplement and enrich medical laboratory science (MLS) students’ academic experience.
ARUP’s webinar, The Lab Must Go On, presented by ARUP COO Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD, highlights several laboratory management strategies that ARUP leaders have identified as effective during a crisis.
In 2020, medical professionals visited the ARUP Institute for Learning (IFL) education website in record number to complete their continuing education (CE).
Adam Barker, PhD, director of the ARUP Institute for Clinical & Experimental Pathology, is among medical experts who will participate in an event that will examine Utah’s response to COVID-19.
A recording of an hour-long webinar updating the status of diagnostic testing for SARS-CoV-2 nearly a year after the first tests were introduced is now available to watch for free.
ARUP invites medical professionals and others to participate in a free webinar that features lab industry leaders discussing how COVID-19-related changes may permanently affect the industry.
Kimberley Evason, MD, PhD, and Gregory Ducker, PhD, are two of only 12 scientists nationwide to receive the 2020 Damon-Runyon-Rachleff Innovation Award for their liver cancer research.