Dr. M. Cristina Magallanes Hoyos is originally from Veracruz, Mexico. She obtained her medical degree at UPAEP in Puebla, Mexico.
She is currently a fourth-year AP/CP resident, and chief resident at Oregon Health & Science University. As a proud Latina, she seeks to learn more about different cultures, while empowering minority members to share, own and feel proud of whom they are. She is an active member of the OHSU ARF-Diversity committee.
She received the Society of '67 Kinney Scholar Program Award in 2021, as well as the CAP 2021 Leadership Development Award. She currently serves on the CAP Residents Forum Executive Committee as an alternate delegate to the CAP House of Delegates, and as a Junior Member on the CAP Curriculum Committee.
She will start her Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship in 2023 at OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. In 2024 she will start a Hematopathology fellowship at Mass General Brigham in Boston.