Nadia Sundlass, MD, PhD
Board-Certified Dermatologist
4.8 /5
302 reviews
I am committed to teaching my patients about their skin and helping them achieve their skin health goals.
- Nadia Sundlass, MD, PhD
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Forefront Dermatology
Worked out well with the telemedicine appointment. Thank you
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5.0/5
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Very professional- answers all questions- always a positive experience
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Dr Sundlass was gentle yet thorough.
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It was my first teledoc appointment with any provider. It went very well and she was able to answer my question and ease my worries.
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5.0/5
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A professional and thorough experience!
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I thought she was very thorough felt very comfortable with her and I felt that she gave good information
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First appointment with Dr. Sundlass as the wait to see Dr. Stephen was longer. Under the circumstances of the pandemic and facemasks, she was friendly, professional, engaging and thorough.
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4.0/5
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Couldn't give a 10 only because it was a very routine visit.
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Very friendly
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Nadia was fantastic! Super friendly and knowledgeable
Education

Undergraduate Degree:
BS, University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI

Doctorate Degree:
PhD, University of Wisconsin – Madison, WI

Medical School:
MD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine -Madison, WI

Dermatology Residency:
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center – Pittsburgh, PA

Certificates
American Board of Dermatology
Professional Memberships
American Academy of Dermatology
Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology
Publications

N.K. Sundlass, N.T. Woltjen, C. Bhate, J. Ho, and J.C. English III. “Infliximab-induced Linear IgA Bullous Disease in a Patient with Ulcerative Colitis,” (2015) J Clin Case Rep, 5: 597.

N.K. Sundlass, C.H. Eller, Q. Cui, and R.T. Raines. “Contribution of electrostatics to the binding of pancreatic-type ribonucleases to membranes,” (2013) Biochemisry, 52(37): 10293-10299. (PMID 23947917, PMC3839965)

N.K. Sundlass and R.T. Raines. “Arginine residues are more effective than lysine residues in eliciting the cellular uptake of Onconase,” (2011) Biochemistry, 50(47): 10293-10299. (PMID 21980976, PMC3234306)

L. Ma*, N.K. Sundlass*, R.T. Raines, and Q. Cui. “Disruption and formation of surface salt bridges are coupled to DNA binding by integration host factor (IHF): A computational analysis,” (2011) Biochemistry 50(2): 266-275. (*co-first authors) (PMID 21121696, PMC3064960)

J.R. Schmidt, N.K. Sundlass, and J.L. Skinner. “Line shapes and photon echoes within a generalized Kubo model,” (2003) Chem. Phys. Letters, 378: 559-566.