Dr Natasha Stembridge studied Medicine at Oxford University and qualified in 2010 and then completed dermatology training in Cambridge then becoming a Consultant Dermatologist at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge in 2021.
In her NHS role she carries out clinics, surgery and teledermatology and is a member of the Skin Cancer Multidisciplinary Team. She consults in general dermatology, medical dermatology and skin cancers and has a subspecialty interest in paediatric dermatology. She completed a postgraduate certificate in Medical Education at Cambridge University with distinction and she is involved in teaching and training medical students and registrars in the region.
She has published 30 articles and won the dermatology clinical cases prize at the Royal Society of Medicine in December of 2020. She also has an interest in Skin Ageing and completed postgraduate diploma in skin ageing and aesthetics from the University of Manchester. She enjoys the gym, pilates and spending time with her family.