Welcome to the ARUP Scientific Resource for Research and Education
This site is hosted by ARUP Laboratories as a scientific and educational resource to pathologists and other professionals in laboratory medicine. ARUP is an enterprise of the University of Utah and its Department of Pathology.
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The University of Utah Department of Pathology and ARUP Laboratories hosts a growing number of human gene variant-disease database collections. Each database relies on both medical and molecular expertise, and uniquely displays sequence variation and clinical information together.
- Online Credits: Bugs, Drugs, and Medical Thugs: A history of syphilis, the invention of penicillin, and research on vulnerable populations by Maggie Hopkins, MD, MBA
- Online Credits: Applying Evidence-Based Medicine to Laboratory Test Selection by Robert Schmidt, MD, PhD, MBA
- Online Credits: Bone Neoplasia in the 21st Century - Using Fibrous Dysplasia as the Model for How Far We’ve Come by Gene P. Siegal, MD, PhD
- Online Credits: When Professionals Meet: Bridging the Gap Between the Laboratory and Nursing by Lucinda Manning, BA, MT(ASCP), RN
Spotlight on Test Utilization:Quantitation, Confirmation and Compliance Determination using Urine Drug Test Results by Frederick Strathmann, PhD, DABCC (CC,TC)
Spotlight on Test Utilization:Genomic Microarray by Sarah South, PhD
Spotlight on Test Utilization:Clinical Utility of Testing for Myelin Basic Protein by David G. Grenache, PhD
Spotlight on Test Utilization:Cytogenetic Testing for Myeloproliferative Neoplasms by Sarah South, PhD
- Online Credits: Cytopathology Case 16: FNA and Core Biopsy Diagnosis of a Retroperitoneal Mass
- Online Credits: Hematopathology Case 3: 2-Year Old Male with Numerous Infections, Persistent Leukocytosis and Monocytosis
- Online Credits: Hematopathology Case 2: CD15 positive diffuse large B-cell lymphoma
- Online Credits: Cytopathology Case 15: Fine Needle Aspirate of Parotid Gland Mass in a 53 year-old Woman