Kasia obtained her veterinary degree in 2014 in Warsaw, Poland after spending four years at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, one year at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a final year at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria.

Following a rotating internship in small animals at the University hospital in Munich, Germany, Kasia moved to the United Kingdom where she completed a specialised oncology internship at the Animal Health Trust referral hospital in Newmarket.

Kasia completed her residency in medical oncology at the Royal Veterinary College in October 2019, and successfully passed the certifying examination of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Oncology in the same year, becoming an American Veterinary Specialist in Oncology. She also completed a master’s degree with the final research project on canine T cell lymphoma.

In addition to her busy clinical activities and providing excellent care to cancer patients, Kasia enjoys teaching interns, residents, general practitioners and veterinary nurses on all aspects of veterinary oncology.

Kasia has presented her research work at multiple conferences in Europe and US. She has lectured for veterinarians across the world, including Poland, US, UK, Austria and Hong Kong.