Dr Gregory Redding
Gregory Redding, MD, is chief of the Division of Pulmonary Medicine at Seattle Children’s
Hospital and a Professor of Pediatrics and director of the Pediatric Pulmonary Training Center at
the University of Washington School of Medicine. He earned his MD from Stanford University.
He completed a pediatrics residency at UCLA and a pediatric pulmonary fellowship at the
University of Colorado. Dr. Redding’s career in pulmonary medicine spans 40 years during
which he has conducted research in asthma, bronchiolitis, empyema, cystic fibrosis,
bronchiectasis, and most recently spine and thoracic cage disorders in young children. He has
published more than 200 articles, reviews and chapters. He received the Edwin Kendig Lifetime
Achievement Award in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine by the American Academy of Pediatrics
in 2015 His training philosophy is to ensure critical thinking and creative application of
physiologic principles to clinical problems. He is a consultant to the Maternal-Child Health
Bureau on national leadership training for health-care professionals.