Dr. Kulinski received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Marquette University, graduating with summa cum laude honors. She worked for numerous biomedical device companies in various capacities, including research and development. Her early involvement in clinical trials led to her pursuit of a career in cardiovascular medicine, where she could do both patient care and continue clinical investigation. She obtained her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, with an ‘Honors in Research’ distinction, where she was involved in research examining the effects of different diets on endothelial cell function and cardiovascular health. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Dr. Kulinski recently completed her sub-specialty training in Cardiovascular Disease at the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. She returned home to Wisconsin and joined the MCW and Froedtert faculty in August 2014. Her career interests include non-invasive imaging and general cardiology with a specific focus on prevention, particularly lifestyle behaviors such as diet and physical inactivity. Dr. Kulinski’s specific research interest is in sedentary behavior as an emerging and adverse cardiovascular risk factor.
Education / Training
- Doctor of Medicine - Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (2008)
- Residency in Internal Medicine - University of Washington School of Medicine - Seattle (2008-2011)
- Fellowship in Cardiology - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center - Dallas (2011-2014)