Sue is a veterinarian board certified in comparative medicine. Comparative medicine is the study of anatomy, physiology and cellular function of humans and animals for purposes of furthering biomedical knowledge and advancement. She retired from the position of Senior Veterinarian at Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California to pursue other interests. Particularly, research and development on aquaponics systems and teaching workshops on Norfolk Island in the South Pacific and in San Diego. (www.expertaquaponics.com)
Though an accomplished medical professional, Sue is truly inspired by fine woodworking and divides her professional focus between developing sustainable living techniques and being a woodworker artisan. Her favorite pieces to create are hand crafted canoes from exotic and rare species of wood, natural edge slab furniture and stringed musical instruments. She also enjoys creating new designs of traditional furniture using techniques across the various woodworking disciplines.
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