(Left to right) ARUP employee Toni Pollock presents a check to International Rescue Committee Regional Director Patrick Poulin and Development Officer Jesse Sheets with fellow ARUP employee Danita Kuehnl.
In 2022, ARUP employees contributed $81,935 to charitable causes, an annual act of service that supports both the patients and broader communities we serve.
Allison Carey, MD, PhD, pictured in her lab at the University of Utah, developed a molecular barcoding approach to identify genetic variants that make some strains of Mycobacterium avium more resistant to antibiotics.
Allison Carey, MD, PhD, ARUP medical director of Hematopathology, was one of six U faculty members recognized for research excellence and invited to share their stories at the Vitae 2022 symposium.
ARUP Consult®, a free source of laboratory testing information for clinicians, released several new and updated resources in January.
ARUP Consult, a free source of expert guidance in laboratory testing, has updated resources on testing for bariatric surgery, respiratory viruses, and alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency.
Erik Forsman draws on his seven years of experience as a healthcare data consultant to share the foundations of a holistic, in-house data analytic system in a new Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine (JALM) article.
Erik Forsman, a senior data consultant for ARUP Healthcare Advisory Services, has published a new article in The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine to share the benefits of in-house data systems.
Nathan Boggs, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of medicine at the Uniformed Services University who is engaged in systemic mastocytosis (SM) translational research, helped Mark Withers, MD, obtain a definitive diagnosis of SM after 20-plus years. Tracy George, MD, ARUP Laboratories president and chief scientific officer, has led the effort to develop highly sensitive tests at ARUP that aid in the diagnosis of SM and has played a key role in clinical trials for emerging treatments.
For 20-plus years, Mark Withers had inexplicable episodes of a severe anaphylaxis-like phenomenon. ARUP’s unique expertise and highly sensitive tests help patients like him find the right diagnosis.
Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza, and COVID-19 in children, older adults, and other vulnerable populations are on the rise and warrant laboratory testing to inform treatment.
As respiratory viruses cocirculate this season, laboratory testing is increasingly essential to inform treatment of children, older adults, and other vulnerable populations.
Tony Smith, BS(HCM), MLT(ASCP), senior healthcare consultant at ARUP Laboratories, is the author of a newly published article in Clinical Laboratory News that offers guidelines for creating strong governance structures to ensure sustainability of laboratory stewardship programs.
Successful stewardship relies on good governance, and in a new article, ARUP Senior Healthcare Consultant Tony Smith details how labs can leverage their expertise to better meet stewardship goals.
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.