About Dr Sue Foster
After graduating from The University of Melbourne in 1988, Dr Sue Foster worked in private mixed practice for seven years before working as a resident, then senior registrar at The University of Sydney from 1995 to 1999.
Sue went on to complete her Masters in Veterinary Clinical Studies on the effects of phenobarbitone on adrenal function tests and serum biochemistry in dogs. In 2000, she became a Fellow of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in Feline Medicine and took up a position as Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine at Murdoch University.
Leaving Murdoch at the end of 2003, Sue joined Vetnostics in 2004. Sue is currently an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine at Murdoch University and a medical consultant for Vetnostics and ASAP. Sue is also registered specialist in feline medicine (WA) but she lectures in both canine and feline medicine and sees cases of both feline and canine internal medicine in practice.