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.
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.
ARUP’s Dan Anderson will participate in a SmartBrief webinar on June 16 to share lessons learned from COVID-19 in an effort to help laboratories prepare for future pandemics.
ARUP Healthcare Advisory Services will lead a roundtable exercise on building strong laboratory stewardship programs at the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) KnowledgeLab in Boston.
ARUP experts are to give six talks and poster presentations at the flagship annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) in Washington, D.C.
ARUP Healthcare Advisory Services experts will lead a PLUGS presummit workshop to help guide hospitals and healthcare systems in building the right lab stewardship team.
ARUP Healthcare Advisory Services experts will hold a PLUGS presummit workshop on building successful lab stewardship programs, which can help manage costs and optimize value-based patient care.
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.