Tara Gregory, MD, joined the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute (CBCI) in 2009. She is from Scottsdale, Arizona, and attended the University of Arizona, where she completed a dual degree and graduated summa cum laude. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Hispanic Linguistics (she is fluent in Spanish), and her honors thesis focused on the critical age of language acquisition. She also received her Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Cell Biology with an honors thesis on the expression of iNOS in mouse cardiac transplant grafts. She then completed her medical training in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona, and moved to Denver, Colorado, in 2007 for her medical oncology fellowship at the University of Colorado.
After finishing her fellowship, Dr. Gregory was the first blood and marrow transplant fellow at CBCI and then joined the practice. She has been recognized by the house staff for excellence and dedication to teaching and by nursing staff as a Physician Colleague of the Year. She is now the director for the BMT Fellowship Program, as well as the Cancer Care Committee Co-Chair. Dr. Gregory is also on The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Medical Board and serves as a member of many local and national committees and medical societies.
Dr. Gregory’s research interest is in the treatment of multiple myeloma. Her research has been presented at numerous national meetings. She is the local primary investigator for various clinical studies; she is also a member of the Sarah Cannon Research Institute Multiple Myeloma Committee and the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Multiple Myeloma Committee.