Dr. Bloomberg with his wife, Terry. Photo credit: Robert BostonGordon R. Bloomberg, MD, and D. Katherine Grange, MD, were awarded with Distinguished Faculty Awards in February.  The award honors their dedication, talent and wide-ranging achievements.  Dr. Bloomberg is a Washington University pediatric immunologist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.  Dr. Grange is the director of the St. Louis Children's Hospital Down Syndrome Center and professor of pediatrics and director of Genetics and Genomic Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM).  

Dr. Grange with Larry J. Shapiro, MD, executive vice chancellor for medical affairs and dean of the medical school. Photo credit: Robert BostonThe recipients were nominated by their peers to recognize achievements in clinical care, community service, research and teaching. Drs. Bloomberg and Grange, along with other Washington University School of Medicine faculty members, received the awards at the annual Faculty Recognition Event at the Eric P. Newman Education Center.