B. Hunter, M.D., FACR
Dr. Hunter is a tenured professor and Vice-Chairman
of the Department of Radiology at the University
of Arizona. Previously, he served as chief
of staff of University Medical Center and
was the founder and first director of the
Tucson Breast Center. Featured in Who's Who
in Medicine and Healthcare, Dr. Hunter, along
with two other physicians, was awarded a
patent for a digital mammography apparatus.
A prolific author and speaker, Dr. Hunter
is a member of the distinguished Society
of Gastrointestinal Radiologists, an organization
that limits its membership to those who have
published significant works in gastrointestinal
Dr. Hunter received his medical
degree at Northwestern University in Chicago.
He completed his internship at Wayne County
General Hospital in Eloise, Michigan; his
residency in diagnostic radiology at the
University of Michigan; and, his fellowship
at the University of Arizona in Tucson.