Professor Kádár graduated summa cum laude from Semmelweis University Medical school, and later became board certified in both pediatrics and pediatric cardiology. After having spent a year at England?s Killingback Hospital in Leeds, mentored by
Dr. Olive Scott, she returned to Hungary to introduce new methods of cardiac ultrasonography.
Dr. Kádár's special interest is fetal cardiac ultrasound. She acquired the technical skill in London at Guys Hospital, from the internationally acclaimed Dr. Lindsey Allen, who trail-blazed this revolutionary new diagnostic method.
The subject of Dr. Kádár's Ph.D. thesis was diagnostic echocardiography of the child.
She is married to Professor István Hartyánszky, who is a cardiac surgeon, and her son, István jr., is also a cardiac surgeon.
Professor Kádár enjoys gardening in her free time.