Ateneo de Zamboanga University School of Medicine and College of Biomedical Engineering
Dr. Kunting is one of the earliest graduates of the Ateneo de Zamboanga University School of Medicine (ADZU-SOM) being in the second batch of graduates. He has worked for nearly a decade in the field of public health, working first as a Municipal Health Officer in the Municipality of Sergio Osmena and then a District Health Officer of the City of Zamboanga. He finished his Internal Medicine Residency at the Zamboanga City Medical Center with an elective on Heart Failure at the Foothills Medical Center in Alberta Canada.
He has been a faculty of the ADZU-SOM since passing his licensure examination in 2000. He was initially a community preceptor then later Associate Dean for Community Affairs. He is currently part of the Research Committee of the school. He was part of several school programs to include the development of the community medicine component of the Family Medicine Specialist Program of the Faculty of Health Sciences, National University of Laos. He was also the organizer of the Rural Area Medicine Philippines (RAMP), a training program for rural physicians similar to the Rural and Remote Medicine Course of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada.
He is a pioneer faculty of the College of Biomedical Engineering (BME). He supervises the community exposure of the BME students and teaches the course on Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Devices and Gadgets for Engineers.