As of May 23, multiple cases of monkeypox, a rare zoonotic infection endemic to Central and West African countries, had either been confirmed or were being investigated in at least six U.S. states.
Noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) provides critical information to expectant parents. ARUP has updated its test offerings to include the most sensitive and specific alternatives available.
Using a blockchain structure, community members can vote on what data should be included in the meta-analysis for any given topic.
Two members of the ARUP Healthcare Advisory Services team have built the basis for an open access database that could change the way researchers perform meta-analyses.
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.
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.
From the left, Tracy George, MD, Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD, and Adam Barker, PhD, all have gained new responsibilities as part of a strategic alignment of executive responsibilities at ARUP.
Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD, has been named chief medical officer and Adam Barker, PhD, has been named chief operations officer as part of a realignment of executive responsibilities.
ARUP study finds pharmacogenetic testing to evaluate drug-gene interactions improves patient outcomes and patients' confidence in overall care.
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.