Dr Jaskolski graduated from Notre Dame University in 2008 after completing an undergraduate biomedical science degree at UWA.
She completed the majority of her hospital years covering a wide variety of specialities at Sir Charles Gairdner hospital. These included ICU, CCU, Emergency, surgical and medical terms as well as a community palliative care with Silver Chain. Dr. Jaskolski then worked at Princess Margaret hospital and this is where she discovered a love for paediatrics. She has also worked extensively in the country including a paediatric rotation in Alice springs, a GP year in Roebourne at the Mawarnkarra aboriginal health service (receiving the community medicine award in 2011) as well as some time in the Torres Strait on Thursday island.