Dr. Natalie Kudlak is a board certified dermatologist who specializes in medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology. She enjoys treating patients of all ages, welcoming both adult and pediatric patients. Her interests in dermatology are wide, but special interests include the
unique dermatologic health issues related to skin of color and the prevention, detection, and management of skin cancer. Her approach to care is patient centered, dedicated to providing comprehensive and personalized skin care with a focus on developing strong professional
relationships and promoting empowerment through education.
Dr. Kudlak grew up in Wheeling, West Virginia. She attended Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where she studied psychology and sociology. She briefly pursued graduate studies in psychology prior to her pursuit of medicine. She attended Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois, where she completed premedical coursework and earned a Master of Science in Biotechnology and Chemical Science. Her graduate research focused on the effects of naturally derived antioxidants on colorectal and pancreatic denocarcinomas. After graduate school, she returned to her home state to attend medical school at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, where she graduated in the top percentile of her class. She then completed an internal medicine internship at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She ultimately returned to Case Western Reserve University for dermatology residency training at MetroHealth Medical Center, where she was honored to serve as chief resident her final year of training. There, she published articles in peer-reviewed journals, as well as presented extensively at both local, state, and national dermatologic conferences. After training completion, she joined a practice in Eugene, Oregon, where was named “Top Doctor” in her specialty by Eugene Magazine.
In her spare time, you will find her outdoors with her husband hiking, birding, or simply appreciating the abundant natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Interests include midcentury modern design, music, cooking, and baking. She has two ornery cats: Henry and Bert.