The inaugural event created connections among future innovators who look to solve many of healthcare’s biggest challenges.


Jan Wintch, CQA(ASQ), senior quality specialist, has worked at ARUP since the company’s inception. She enjoys her current role in Quality and remembers ARUP’s early years fondly.


ARUP’s returnships are short-term, paid opportunities designed for skilled professionals with an employment gap of one year or longer for any reason including military service or family obligation.


After wrapping up her education in plant biology, Dipanwita Banerjee, MS, took some time off to see the world and start a family. She later returned to the laboratory environment at ARUP.


Scammers posing as ARUP recruiters on LinkedIn have attempted to collect sensitive information from jobseekers. ARUP recommends that potential applicants approach job offers with caution.


More than 250 ARUP employees participated in Advanced Instruments’ Pipetting Challenge this year. Seven ARUP teams finished in the top 10 in the nationwide competition.


Utah Business magazine honored ARUP Laboratories with its Best Companies to Work For award for the sixth consecutive year based on anonymous employee survey results.


During a networking event cohosted by ARUP, leaders in the life sciences advocated for more returnships to help those who have taken time off ease back into careers in STEM.


Forbes magazine has listed ARUP as one of the 2023 Best Employers by State based on employer recommendations from employees and others in Utah in a recent survey conducted by Statista.


Ragan Communications has recognized an ARUP program that helps staff improve their health through exercises that treat and prevent injuries that can result from the repetitive nature of work in a lab.

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