In 2016 she got her Master’s degree in economic analysis from University of Pannonia. In her diploma she investigated the relationship between unemployment and mortality in Hungary.
She was the demonstrator of the Department of Quantitative Methods from 2014 to 2016. Now she is a Ph.D student at University of Pannonia at Department of Quantitative Methods. In her dissertation she will examine the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme’s funded healthcare projects with network analysis tools.