ARUP President and Chief Medical Officer Tracy George, MD, wants to establish a multidisciplinary, multinational network of centers focused on mast cell diagnosis, therapy, and education.
ARUP’s commitment to creating a satisfying work environment for employees has earned it a spot on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2022.
Whatever you call it—altruism, generosity, or simply paying it forward—the act of serving and giving to others is a tenant central to ARUP that goes well beyond the work performed in our labs.
For the fourth consecutive year, Utah Business magazine has honored ARUP Laboratories with its Best Companies to Work For award. ARUP is one of 65 companies to earn the award.
ARUP Laboratories has successfully completed the second surveillance assessment of its College of American Pathologists (CAP) International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 15189 accreditation.
The Recycling Coalition of Utah (RCU) honored ARUP with its Thomas A. Martin Business Recycler of the Year Award in recognition of the company’s recycling program efforts.
ARUP announced the retirement of CEO Sherrie L. Perkins, MD, PhD. ARUP also announced that Andy Theurer has been appointed by the company’s Board of Directors to become CEO.
David Hillyard, MD, ARUP medical director for molecular infectious disease, is among 20 individuals and organizations honored by Utah Business magazine with a Healthcare Hero Award.
A new structure is slowly rising to distinguish the core of University of Utah Research Park. By mid-2021, the building will be the state-of-the-art epicenter of ARUP’s growing operations.
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) has recognized two ARUP Laboratories employees through its annual 40 Under Forty Program.