Christopher Bunt, MD, FAAFP

Christopher W Bunt, MD, FAAFP, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force

Name: Christopher W Bunt, MD, FAAFP, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Family Medicine
Title: 
Medical Director, Military Primary Care Research Network
Faculty Rank: 
Associate Professor
Location: Medical University of South Carolina

Research Interests:
Teaching/Education
Medical Student Research

Education

1999: BA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2004: MD, Uniformed Services University
2007: Residency, Family Medicine, Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews AFB, MD
2010: Fellowship, Faculty Development, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

Biography

After residency graduation, Dr. Bunt joined the faculty in the joint military-civilian Family Medicine Residency program at Offutt Air Force Base and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. While in Omaha, NE, Dr. Bunt was the Director of Pre-Doctoral Education (Medical Student Coordinator) and served as the Assistant Residency Program Director. He also co-directed the Faculty Development Curriculum for all 42+ faculty members in the joint residency program and was the Director of the Evidence Based Medicine Curriculum for all medical students.

Dr. Bunt transitioned from Active Duty Air Force to the IMA Reserves in September 2016. With the Reserves, Dr. Bunt has continued to work with USU in his role as the Medical Director of the Military Primary Care Research Network. He also continues to support the Family Medicine Clerkship, help with recruiting for USU and support the Department of Family Medicine through mentorship of students and faculty.

Dr. Bunt's civilian job is in Undergraduate Medical Education at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is the Family Medicine Interest Group faculty advisor as well as the College of Medicine's Military Medical Advisor.

Dr. Bunt holds a secondary appointment in the USU Graduate School of Nursing, teaching in Evidence Based Practice.

Dr. Bunt's research interests include Evidence Based Medicine, Medical Decision Support and Faculty Development.