Tara Gregory, MD, is a Member Physician at the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute and part of the Plasma Cell Disease Group. Dr. Gregory joined CBCI in 2009 and is board certified in internal medicine and medical oncology. Dr. Gregory earned her Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude in Hispanic Linguistics and her honors thesis focused on the critical age of learning and brain plasticity. She is fluent in Spanish. She also received her Bachelor of Science in molecular and cellular biology summa cum laude and wrote her honors thesis on the expression of iNOS in mouse cardiac transplant grafts.

Dr. Gregory was born and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her father was a physician, giving her an early exposure to a career in healthcare. She graduated from the University of Arizona School of Medicine in Tucson, Arizona and did a residency in internal medicine at the Banner Good Samaritan/Carl T. Hayden VAMC program. Dr. Gregory then moved to Denver, Colorado to complete her medical oncology fellowship at the University of Colorado. After finishing fellowship, Dr. Gregory was the first blood and marrow transplant fellow at CBCI and has since joined the program as a BMT physician. She has been recognized by the house staff for excellence and dedication to teaching.

Dr. Gregory is the co-director of the Plasma Cell Dyscrasia Program at CBCI focusing on diseases such as multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, monoclonal gammopathies and plasma cell leukemia. The focus of her research work is in multiple myeloma treatments including chimeric antigen T cell therapy. She is a member of the International Myeloma Society. In addition to her research publications and presentations at national meetings, Dr. Gregory has been accepted to the American Society of Transplant and Cellular Therapies National Leadership Program.

Dr. Gregory is passionate about educating patients to ensure they understand their disease and working in partnership with patients to make treatment decisions that honor quality of life as well as outcomes. Dr. Gregory is a member of several societies, including the American Society of Hematology, the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation. Dr. Gregory participates in clinical trials including research in blood and marrow transplant outcomes, the results which have been presented at multiple research meetings. Dr. Gregory lives in Denver with her wonderful family and dogs and enjoys exercising at Orangetheory Fitness as well as recreating at her Salida home with hiking, skiing and family time.


Medical School
University of Arizona College of Medicine

Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center



Languages Spoken

English and Spanish



Office Locations

Colorado Blood Cancer Institute
1721 E 19th Ave
Suite 200 & 300
Denver, CO 80218
Phone: (720) 754-4800
Fax: (866) 341-6984