From Martha Mitchell’s Encyclopedia Brunoniana:
Grimshaw-Gudewicz Medical Building
The Grimshaw-Gudewicz Medical Building, a six-story wing of the Bio-Medical Center, was dedicated on April 20-21, 1990, at exercises which included an inaugural lecture, “From Ionic Currents to Molecules,” by William A. Catterall ’68, and a keynote address by Louis W. Sullivan, U. S. Secretary of Health and Human Services. The building is named for George Grimshaw, a friend of the medical program, and his wife, Irene Gudewicz.
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