Dr Sally Jary

Sally is a paediatric physiotherapist and has worked clinically in the field of paediatric neurodevelopment in both community and acute paediatric settings in the UK since 1990, specialising in neonatal intensive care and developmental follow up since 2000.   She was involved in developing the NICE guideline for the Developmental Follow up of the Preterm Infant and was awarded her doctorate in department of Neonatal Neurosciences, University of Bristol in 2014U. Until recently, she was the Consultant Lead for a transdisciplinary early intervention service for infants diagnosed with or at high risk of cerebral palsy at the Cerebral Palsy Cymru,Wales. She has an ongoing special interest in early therapeutic & neuroprotective interventions for infants at high risk of cerebral palsy.   She is an honorary researcher and a member of the Neonatal Neuroscience Group at the University of Bristol co-supervising PhD students and contributing to publications and grant applications.  She has authored and co-authored publications in peer reviewed Journals. She is currently a member of a multi-disciplinary national trial management group for neuroprotection interventions for infants following perinatal brain injury.

She has been involved in Ei SMART since its inception and actively involved in presenting on behalf of Ei SMART at conferences and study days both nationally and internationally.  

 Sally has been part of the Ei SMART management group for the last 3 years as Education Lead for the past 3 years and is recently took over as Research Lead.