Katarína Rosičová, PhD. (1978) graduated in Demography and Demogeography at the Comenius University in Bratislava. She defended her PhD. at the University of Groningen in Netherland in Medical sciences in 2013. At present time, she is works as an expert for statistical and demographical analyses at the Košice Self-governing Region, Department of Regional Development, Land-use Planning and Project Implementation. During the years 2007 – 2013 she worked as a researcher at the Department of Health Psychology, Institute of Public Health, Medical Faculty, P.J. Šafárik University in Košice. Her research activities are focused on health inequalities and socio-economic determinants of health and on the analysis of age-specific and disease-specific mortality in Slovak districts and in small regional towns. She was a team member on European projects (EUROTHINE, INEQiCITIES, EURO-HEALTHY), a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Working Group on Social Inequities in Health in the Slovak Republic (in collaboration with WHO) and participated in selected programs as a consultant in the sphere of the demographic structure of the population.