Her research interests lie mainly in human olfaction and body odour perception, especially on environmental factors affecting body odour quality. She studied the effect of diet quality and quantity on body odour, currently  focusing on possible communication of emotions via body odour and its influence on other individuals. Other work includes relationship between effectiveness of immune system and attractiveness (both visual and olfactory), the role of olfaction in mother-infant relationship and factors affecting the onset of lactation or competition.

She received her bachelor´s degree at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University and then finished her master´s degree at the Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University. Currently, she is a PhD student at the Department of Philosophy and History of Sciences, Faculty of Science, Charles University under supervision of Jan Havlíček.