Dr Belinda Gray





Academic Consultant Cardiologist and Sports Cardiologist

Areas of Interests

  • Sports Cardiology
  • Cardiac Disease in Women and Imaging
  • Inherited Cardiac Conditions
  • Preoperative Cardiac Assessment
  • Cardiac Imaging (Including Stress Echocardiography, transoesophageal echocardiography and cardiac MR)


Cardiology at the Mater, Suite 1.11 Mater Clinic 3-9 Gillies Street North Sydney NSW 2060


8904 9301


8904 9295




Dr Gray practices at the Mater Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Dr Gray has an academic appointment at the University of Sydney and St George’s University of London


Dr Belinda Gray is an Academic Consultant Cardiologist and Sports Cardiologist. Her sub-specialty interests include Inherited Cardiac Conditions, Sports Cardiology, Cardiac Disease in Women and Imaging.

Dr Gray graduated in medicine from the University of NSW in 2006 and completed her PhD at the University of Sydney in 2016 with the support of a Heart Foundation PhD Scholarship. Dr Gray completed her cardiology training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney before undertaking a 2 year post-doctoral fellowship in Sports Cardiology and Inherited Cardiac Conditions at St George’s, University of London, UK.

She is confident in the cardiac assessment of athletes and has been involved in elite athlete cardiac assessment for high profile sporting organisations including the FA/Premier League Football clubs, Lawn Tennis Association (Wimbledon), Sky Cycling UK, Wales Rugby Union and England Rugby League. Dr Gray is a module lead and lecturer in the Masters of Sports Cardiology (MSc) at St George’s, University of London, UK.

Dr Gray has a strong academic focus. She is currently an NHMRC Neil Hamilton Fairley ECF. Dr Gray’s research focuses on risk stratification, genetics and prevention of sudden cardiac death in the young, including young athletes. She has received numerous research grants and has more than 30 publications. Dr Gray’s research has been presented at national and international conferences including the Young Investigator Awards at the Heart Rhythm Society Annual Scientific meeting in USA, and the Ralph Reader Prize at the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.