Graduate of sociology at the University of Gdańsk, and a participant in Sociological Doctoral Studies. Author and co-author of publications related to medical care, public health, social exclusion.
In the academic year 2019/2020 she was awarded a scholarship from the Polish-American Freedom Foundation (under the substantive supervision of the Stocznia Foundation in Warsaw: https://stocznia.org.pl/ludzie/weronikakaminska/).
She was awarded a Fulbright Polish-American Commission Scholarship in the academic year 2021/2022 (Fulbright Junior Research Award). During the fellowship she carried out part of her doctoral research on the psychosocial needs of people in the terminal phase of cancer under hospice care. She carried out the research under the supervision of the host university Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.
In 2022, at the invitation of the Institute of Sociology at Stanford University, she also participated in week-long meetings on the application of fundamental cause theory in the context of inequalities in access to and quality of hospice care among Polish and American patients.