Private Dermatologist (skin specialist) Dr Jane McGregor, MA MBBChir FRCP MD has a busy NHS practice at Barts and the London NHS Trust where she runs a general dermatology clinic, a photobiology specialist clinic and a skin cancer clinic. She also provides a private dermatology clinic in Harley Street, London and a medico legal practice specialising in personal injury and clinical negligence.
Dr McGregor studied medicine at Cambridge University and was awarded a first class honours degree in 1982. She undertook clinical training at Guy’s Hospital Medical School and was awarded a distinction in medicine and pharmacology in 1986.
Skin specialist in London
She trained in general medicine at the Brompton, Hammersmith and St Thomas’ Hospitals and then specialised in dermatology at Guy’s Hospital and St Johns Institute of Dermatology, London. Special interests include inflammatory skin disease, lupus, photobiology (allergies to sunlight) and skin cancer (awarded an MD in Skin Cancer in 2000). She was also made a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2000.
She has published over a hundred peer reviewed articles on aspects of dermatology including skin cancer, lupus, genetics and photobiology. She has written numerous chapters in textbooks read worldwide and contributed to the British Medical Association series on ‘Sunshine and the Skin’. She is an active member of the British Association of Dermatology and serves on the education committee advising on teaching dermatology to undergraduates.
Dr McGregor has an NHS practice at Barts and the London NHS Trust where she runs a busy general clinic, a photobiology specialist clinic and a skin cancer clinic. She is a member of the Barts and the London multidisciplinary team for skin cancer referrals including melanoma and non melanoma skin cancer.
Private dermatologist in London: Research interests
Dr McGregor has published over a hundred articles in peer reviewed journals on diverse subjects including melanoma, post transplant skin cancer and genetic aspects of malignant and immunological skin diseases. Her MD thesis (awarded by Cambridge University in 2000) was on skin cancer in renal allograft recipients.
Skin cancer specialist in Harley Street, London: Clinical interests
Clinical interests cover all medical aspects of dermatology including inflammatory skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema, lichen planus), skin cancer (melanoma and non melanoma), photobiology and photo therapy, acne and rosacea. Medico legal practice covers personal injury and clinical negligence cases (claimant and defendant work).
GMC Number: 3087044 Check this doctor's GMC registration
Date of registration: 01 Aug 1986
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