Karolina Miłkowska

Education

2016 – now – PhD studies, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow

2014 – 2016 – Master of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow

2011 – 2014 – Bachleor of Science in Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow

 

Research projects

2018 – 2021 – executor, Developmental programming and physical activity at adulthood in relation to levels of sex steroid hormones in women: implications for breast cancer prevention, P.I.: prof. Grazyna Jasienska, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College

2018 – 2020 – executor, Language as a cure: linguistic vitality as a tool for psychological well being, health and economic sustainability, P.I.: PhD. Justyna Olko, Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw

2018 – 2020 – executor, Early-life environment, fertility and reproductive success in two European populations, P.I. PhD Ilona Nenko, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College

2016 – 2020 – P.I., Disgust sensitivity and progesterone level of regularly menstruating women -testing the hypothesis of compensatory-behavioral prophylaxis, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College

2017 – assistant, Ecological determinants of luteal reproductive function in rural polish women, P.I.: prof. Kathryn Clancy, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois

2016 – 2017 – assistant, Ageing variation in women: A comparative study of reproduction, activity, and senescence, P.I: Amelia Sancilio, Department of Anthropology, Yale University

2013 – 2016 – assistant, Fertility and aging and lifespan of women, P.I.: prof. Grazyna Jasienska, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College

2013 – 2015 – assistant, Parameters of reproductive history and aging and lifespan of women, P.I.: prof. Grazyna Jasienska, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College

2014 – assistant, The influence of the presence of tattoo in men on the assessment of their attractiveness and health, P.I.: PhD Andrzej Galbarczyk, Department of Environmental Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jagiellonian University Medical College

 

Publications

Milkowska K. 2018. The influence of progesterone on the pro-health behavior of women – the hypothesis of compensatory-behavioral prophylaxis. KOSMOS (in press)

Milkowska K, Ziomkiewicz A, Galbarczyk A. 2018. Tattooed man: Could menstrual cycle phase and contraceptive use change female preferences towards bad boys? Personality and Individual Differences 121: 41-47.

Marcinkowska UM, Ellison PT, Galbarczyk A, Milkowska K, Pawlowski B, Thune I, Jasienska G. 2016. Lack of support for relation between woman’s masculinity preference, estradiol level and mating context. Hormones and Behavior 78: 1-7

 

Conference reports

Milkowska K, Galbarczyk A, Jasienska G. Occupation and disgust sensitivity in phases of menstrual cycle, PTNCE, Warsaw, Poland, 2018

Milkowska K. Infection and disgust sensitivity in phases of menstrual cycle, Conference of PhD Students UJ CM, Krakow, Poland, 2018

Milkowska K, Galbarczyk A, Jasienska G. Are women in the luteal phase of menstrual cycle more disgusted? Conference of the European Evolution and Human Behaviour Association, Pecs, Hungary, 2018

Milkowska K, Ziomkiewicz-Wichary A, Galbarczyk A. Phases of the menstrual cycle and women’s perception of tattooed men. International Society of Evolution, Medicine & Public Health, Groningen, Netherlands, 2017

Milkowska K, Nenko I, Galbarczyk A, Klimek M, Jasienska G. Do symmetrical women menstruate earlier? 4th Conference of Polish Society of Human and Evolution Studies, Krakow, Poland, 2017

Milkowska K. Maternal self-rated health and number of sons. Evidence for the cost of reproduction in women. International Medical Students’ Conference, Krakow, Poland, 2017, Award: 2nd Place Award in Health Science Oral Session

Miela S, Milkowska K, Piwowarczyk K. Relationship between fluctuating asymmetry and age at menarche in rural Polish women. International Medical Students’ Conference, Krakow, Poland 2015

Galbarczyk A, Marcinkowska U, Milkowska K, Pawlowski B, Jasienska G. Estradiol levels do not predict women’s preferences towards facial masculinity, European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association Annual Conference, Helsinki, Finlandia, 2015

 

Grants

2018 – European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association Student Grant

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