Dr. J.W. Macgregor
Department of Pathology
1951 – 1970
The Dr. J. W. Macgregor Memorial Lecture is a tribute to Dr. Macgregor who was appointed as Chairman of the Department of Pathology in 1951 and held that position for 19 years until his retirement in 1970. Born in Winnipeg in 1905, he obtained his medical degree from the University of Alberta. He established a residency training program in General Pathology after World War II and was also the Provincial Pathologist. While he is remembered as a stern and demanding task master he was also generous and kind and became affectionately known as "Black Mac". After his retirement he continued to work until 1975 as Emeritus Professor.
2019 Dr. John W. Macgregor Memorial Lecture
Dr. Kim McGregor
Director of Medical Affairs | Medical Oncologist
Foundation Medicine Inc.
Title: Biomarkers of Immuno-Oncology
Kim McGregor has been a practicing medical oncologist and hematologist since 2005. She initially worked in an academic setting at the University of Utah/Huntsman Cancer Institute, specializing in gastrointestinal and pancreatic cancers after completing her training there. She then transitioned into the community setting, first in Oregon and then subsequently in Colorado, with the goal of building community access to clinical trials. She most recently served as the breast cancer program director at St. Mary’s Regional Cancer Center in Colorado prior to accepting a full-time role with Foundation Medicine in August of 2018 as a Director in Medical Affairs. Prior to her full-time role at Foundation Medicine she had worked as an external consultant support physician users with the incorporation of genomics into their clinical practice as well as assisting with clinical trials navigation.