Dr. Olga Gójska-Zygner is a specialist in the field of canine and feline internal medicine, with special interests in endocrine disorders of dogs and cats.
She holds a PhD degree in the discipline of veterinary sciences (following specialties according to the Polish Science Database led by National Information Processing Institute: veterinary internal medicine and veterinary endocrinology).
Dr. Gójska-Zygner is a member of two veterinary endocrinology associations, the European Society of Veterinary Endocrinology (ESVE) and the Society for Comparative Endocrinology (SCE). She publishes information of interest to other veterinary practitioners in veterinary journals, including case reports of dogs and cats with endocrine disorders, and also case reports from other fields of canine and feline internal medicine such as clinical immunology, dermatology, neurology, and infectious diseases.
As an expert in the field of canine and feline internal medicine, Dr. Gójska-Zygner has reviewed, as part of the peer-review process, articles submitted for publication in veterinary journals such as Veterinary Quarterly published by the Taylor and Francis Group (a leading international academic publisher originating in the United Kingdom) and Życie Weterynaryjne published by the Polish National Veterinary Chamber. Moreover, Dr. Gójska-Zygner has been invited to author commentaries on review articles from the area of small animal endocrinology published in Weterynaria po Dyplomie (bimonthly veterinary magazine edited by the Medical Tribune Polska Sp. z o.o.) where she discussed the presented topics with regard to veterinary practices in Poland.