In 2006, Kasia graduated from the Medical University of Lodz (Poland). As a dental student was active member of European Dental Students’ Association (EDSA) and Student Scientific Organization (STN), Board of European Student of Technology (BEST), Erasmus Exchange Program and organized number of national and international meetings.
She afterwards accomplished her Denatal Fundation Training in a Hospital and University dental clinic situated in Lodz (Poland) and Malmo (Sweden) as a general dentist.
After being offered a Assistant Researcher position at Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Dental School (University of Copenhagen) in EU FP6 project: NanoCMM in collaboration with Technical University of Lodz, in 2008 she became PhD student funded by Danish Strategic Research Council, Programme Committee for nano science and technology, biotechnology and information technology. She accomplished her PhD thesis: „Nanocoating of bone implants in vitro” and continue as a post-doc working on the same project on in vivo model.
In 2013, she received Marie-Curie Post-doctoral Fellowship in project: “Rheumatoid Arthritis and Periodontal Inflammatory Disease (RAPID funded by EU FP-7 and work on development of anti-inflammatory properties of novel biomaterials.
She subsequently returned to Poland in 2014 to accomplish her second PhD project in Biomedical Engineering at the Medical University of Lodz with collaboration of Technical University of Lodz.
In April 2015, she started her position as an Academic Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Oral Surgery at the Birmingham Dental Hospital, and pursues her research interests within the Research Group led by Prof. Thomas Dietrich and Prof. Owen Addison.