Ashley I. Huppe, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Radiology
Dr. Huppe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Kansas Health System specializing in breast imaging. Her areas of expertise are screening and diagnostic mammography (including tomosynthesis, commonly referred to as 3-D mammography), breast ultrasound, breast MRI, breast biopsies and other breast interventional procedures including aspiration and pre-operative localization.
Dr. Huppe obtained her medical degree from the University of Kansas in 2012, and continued her training there, completing a 5 year Diagnostic Radiology residency in 2017. She then moved to Washington, D.C., to complete a dedicated Breast Imaging fellowship at TheGeorge Washington University.
Dr. Huppe is committed to providing excellent, up-to-date and specialized multidisciplinary care to her patients and believes that early detection is the best defense against breast cancer. She is passionate about educating patients about breast cancer risk, as well as increasing access to high quality screening and diagnostic breast imaging modalities, so that every person at risk for breast cancer feels empowered with the individual tools to maximize their health.