Dr Jane McGregor is a Consultant Dermatologist based at The Devonshire Clinic, 16 Devonshire Street, London. She offers private diagnosis, assessment and treatment of skin conditions in London’s most renowned medical district.
Dr Jane McGregor graduated from Cambridge University with a first class honours degree, going on to complete her clinical medicine and pharmacology training at Guy’s Hospital in London, where she was awarded a distinction. She undertook her general medical training at Royal Brompton and Hammersmith Hospitals, becoming a member of the Royal College of Physicians before specialising in dermatology at St John’s Institute of Dermatology, one of the world’s leading centres for skin disease treatment and research.
With over 30 years’ experience in the field of dermatology, Dr McGregor is held in high regard by patients and medical peers alike. A leading figure in dermatology education in the UK, she has helped set the standards in some of London’s most prestigious teaching hospitals and is currently Director of undergraduate dermatology education at Barts and The London, a senior lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and an examiner for the University of London Final MB.
Dr McGregor is also an expert on the legal and ethical aspects of dermatology practice and her advice is sought by both those in the law and medical professions.
Situated within the Harley Street Diagnostic Centre in Central London, The Devonshire Clinic offers private dermatology services from a handpicked team of experts. With access to the latest diagnostic and therapeutic technology and a commitment to exceptional medical care, the Clinic provides first-class assessment and treatment for all skin problems and conditions.
A comprehensive cosmetic dermatology service is also available at The Devonshire Clinic, offering safe, modern treatments for skin rejuvenation, blemish removal and hair removal, exclusively performed by the team of experienced consultant dermatologists.
Dr McGregor has a special interest in photobiology, skin cancer, sun allergy and dermatology education. She is recognised nationally and internationally as an expert in the field of skin disease and skin cancer in organ transplant patients.
Dr McGregor was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine in 2000 for her work in the field of skin cancer and has since published widely on the subject in leading medical journals. She continues to play an active role in cutting edge research, currently investigating the development and treatment of skin cancer in immunosuppressed patients at the Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science Centre for Cutaneous Research at Barts and The London.
As a senior lecturer at the Institute and an honorary consultant dermatologist with a special interest in photobiology and skin cancer, Dr McGregor also has a research interest in the role of drugs in UV-mediated skin cancers.