ARUP Laboratories: A National Reference Laboratory

ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology reference laboratory and a worldwide leader in innovative laboratory research and development. A nonprofit enterprise of the University of Utah, ARUP offers an extensive test menu of highly complex and unique medical tests.

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In Focus

Test Change Alert Feature and Customized Pricing Now Available in the Laboratory Test Directory

The new test change alert feature will give users a heads up if a test they’re viewing is going to be changed or inactivated with the next quarterly or immediate changes Hotline. Customized pricing will now be available as a link on test pages in the LTD.

Find out more about these new features.

Robot Automates Lab Test in Unexpected Way

A new machine called the Data Matrix Scanner is going to automate a lab’s procedures to test for cholesterol particles at high volume and without the messy turns and pitches of human error.

Read more about the Data Matrix Scanner.

Breathing All Night Long: Cystic Fibrosis and Increasing Treatable Cases

As scientists learn more about CF’s most common mutations, they are able to help certain patients live longer. “We’ve gained a good amount of knowledge of which variants have what effects,” said ARUP's Dr. Elaine Lyon. “The range of CF-related conditions is complex, but it is encouraging that some cases have an effective therapy.”

Read more about cystic fibrosis treatment.

Magnify Wins Ragan's 2016 Employee Communications Award

ARUP's biannual magazine took first place in the print magazine category for its style and originality. According to the judges, who pored over 150 submissions, Magnify is "informative and beautifully constructed . . . It allows employees to see the number of successes and innovations emerging from the various individual labs within ARUP [and] humanizes the organization."

View the Spring 2017 issue of Magnify.

New Video Lectures Available for Free CME, SAM, PACE & FL CLS

Topics in Intraoperative Gynecologic Oncology by Mark Dodson, MD, and New Approaches to the Diagnosis of Prosthetic Joint Infection by Robin Patel, MD(CM).

View all available video lectures.