During her studies she worked as a volunteer and, after graduation, as a senior assistant for the Department of Clinical Endocrinology of the Medical Academy in Warsaw. She participated in works and research on reproductive endocrinology under the supervision of Prof. J. Teter. During that period, she carried out innovative serum and blood hormone identifications and their chromatographic separation.
She continued her interests in endocrinology in the Department of Endocrinology at the Medical Postgraduate Training Centre (CMKP), where – apart from participating in clinical works – she ran a laboratory for identifying blood hormones, for which she had gained the necessary knowledge during her scholarship in StatensSeruminstytut in Copenhagen, as well as through cooperation with the Institute of Animal Physiology and Nutrition of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Prof. B. Barcikowski).
She obtained her doctoral degree in endocrinology under the supervision of Prof. W. Hartwig, and then was transferred as a senior lecturer within the same higher education institution to the newly-created Department of Cardiology at the Medical Postgraduate Training Centre (CMKP). In the Department, she continued her interests in endocrinology in the broad aspect of circulatory system diseases – particularly with regard to coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction (MI), hypomagnesaemia and the etiology of hormonal disorders in post-MI women. She is an author of papers and chapters in textbooks on the subject.