Is the University of Utah an ARUP 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. More about ARUP.
Where can I find the Arup test directory?
ARUP’s Laboratory Test Directory (LTD) contains complete, up-to-date test information, including methodology and reporting times, collection and transportation specifications, reference intervals, test notes, and CPT codes. Clients can access entries via an A to Z index and search by test name, key word, test number, or mnemonic.
How many genetic counselors does ARUP Laboratories have?
Our Genetics Division has more than 20 interdisciplinary medical directors. We also have a dedicated team of nearly 20 genetic counselors who serve as an invaluable resource to our clients and ordering healthcare providers. Experts are available to answer your questions about test ordering, results interpretation, and logistical issues 24/7/365.
Who is the Chief Medical Officer of Arup?
ARUP is seeking donations of O-positive and O-negative blood to help address a critical shortage. President and Chief Medical Officer Tracy George, MD, worked with ARUP’s PharmaDX and Clinical Trials group to create the central pathology review offering used in clinical trials for AYVAKIT.
What does the ARUP Institute for learning do?
The ARUP Institute for Learning provides reputable educational opportunities and resources to ARUP clients, laboratory professionals, and industry organizations in an effort to advance the practice of laboratory medicine and continually improve patient care.
Who is the blood collection specialist at Arup?
When one of these labs, the Rapid Response Lab, closed, ARUP worked with a hundred employees to help them find other jobs within the company. A donor collection specialist at the ARUP Blood Services Donor Center in Sandy bandages a donor’s arm after she has finished donating blood.