Dr. Phillip Korenblat is a Professor of Clinical Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine specializing in Asthma, Allergy & Clinical Immunology. He obtained his undergraduate and Doctor of Medicine degrees from the University of Arkansas. Following graduation, Dr. Korenblat served an internship at the Jewish Hospital of St. Louis followed by a tour of military service. He returned to Jewish Hospital to complete his residency training, and then entered a fellowship at the Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation in La Jolla, California. Upon completion of his fellowship, Dr. Korenblat returned to St. Louis and established his private practice. Dr. Korenblat is an accomplished clinical investigator and educator who was named the “Outstanding Teaching Allergist” for 2003 by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. He was honored to receive the "Distinguished Clinician Award" for 2009 from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and "Lifetime Achievement Master Physician Award" in 2012 from Barnes Jewish Hospital medical staff.
He is board certified in Internal Medicine, and Allergy & Clinical Immunology, and is a member of a number of professional societies, which include American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology; Americana College of Allergy, Asthma & immunology; American College of Physicians; American Thoracic Society; American Medical Association; and the Missouri State Medical Association.
Dr. Korenblat is a Certified Physician Investigator (C.P.I.) through the Academy of Pharmaceutical Physicians & Investigators and has completed over 300 clinical research studies. He has published extensively and participates in community activities including the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, and the American Lung Association. Dr. Korenblat is listed in "Best Doctors in America," as well as "America’s Top Doctors," and has received the Distinguished Service Award from the Washington University Medical Center Alumni Association.