Sally-Ann Clur completed her medical training at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1986. She did her pediatric residency in Johannesburg from 1989 and 1992, after which she was admitted as a fellow of the College of Medicine of South Africa. She completed her subspecialty training in pediatric cardiology under Professor Solly Levin in 1994. In 1997 she obtained her MSc in Child Health and Epidemiology, with a thesis on Rheumatic Fever. After working as a consultant pediatrician for 6 years, she moved to The Netherlands and has been working as a pediatric cardiologist at the Emma Children’s Hospital Amsterdam and Center for Congenital Heart Defects Amsterdam-Leiden (CAHAL) since then. Although trained as an interventional cardiologist, she has a special interest in inherited arrhythmias and fetal cardiology. Her PhD thesis, “Fetal Heart and Nuchal Translucency” (2010, University of Amsterdam) covered aspects of prenatal cardiac diagnosis. She is currently the Head of Fetal Cardiology of the CAHAL.
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