Kinga received her Master’s degree in Psychology of Neurocognitive Processes and Affective Sciences at Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3 University in France. As she spent half a year of her Master’s at Campania Luigi Vanvitelli University in Italy, she obtained a French-Italian double degree.
Prior to that, Kinga was enrolled at Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary where she completed two Bachelor’s degrees simultaneously – one in Psychology and another in Film History, Theory and Art History.
During her studies she gained experience in research and clinical practices, because she believes that combining the two is essential to provide the best possible care for patients and to ensure the advancement of science. Therefore, she worked as a neuropsychologist at an addictology department and at a geriatric ward in France, and as a researcher in the fields of affective neuroscience and virtual reality in France and Italy.
For 8 years, she actively volunteered her time for a non-profit organisation supporting youth in their choice of further education.
Kinga believes that mental and physical health are key aspects to a fulfilling life. Her passion for neuroscience and her personal experience with stroke patients drove her to join the Angels Initiative, where she pledged to do whatever it takes to ensure stroke patients and their families get a second chance at life.