Dagmara Hering graduated in medicine from the Medical University of Gdansk, Poland, and obtained her PhD (2006 ) and habitation (2013) from the same university
She is a clinical specialist in internal medicine (2007) and hypertension (2010) and is recognized by the European Society of Hypertension (ESH) as a hypertension expert (2012). Her research has been focused on the role of the sympathetic nervous system and its reflex mechanisms, arterial stiffness, haemodynamics and heart rate variability in physiological
and pathological states including hypertension, cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, heart failure and diabetes. She has expertise in muscle sympathetic nerve activity (MSNA, micronurography), for which she is renowned internationally. She has worked at the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute, Melbourne, Australia (2011-2014) where she was acquainted with the state of the art noradrenaline spillover technique. In 2015 she took up a position at the University of Western Australia-Royal Perth Hospital to institute these research methods into new and continuing clinical research projects working on novel device therapeutic approaches for the treatment of uncontrolled hypertension and cardiovascular-related diseases. She actively peer reviews ~30 international journals and is an associate Editor for the BMC Cardiovascular Disorder Journal. She is member of the Polish Society of Hypertension (PSH) ESH, International Society of Hypertension (ISH) and High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia (HBPRCA). She has received a total of 17 of awards including those obtained from the PSH, ESH, ISH, HBPRCA, Polish Academy of Science, and Polish Academy of Science and Arts. She has been invited to speak and co-chair at ~30 international conference meetings. She is an author of over 90 publications including original research papers, review articles, book chapters and letters with over 1700 citations.