Giuseppe Spriano


Giuseppe Spriano obtained his Medical Degree and training in the department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery from the University of Milan. Currently he is working as a professor of head and neck surgery at the Universities of Rome (Sapienza), Rome (Cattolica), Pisa, Brescia. He authored and co-authored more than 137 articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals and author of 16 book chapters and 6 books, he was given more than 350 scientific presentations. He has membership in various societies mainly President of AOOI (Italian Association of Otolaryngologists) 2008-2010, Member of the Council of IAOO (International Academy of Oral Oncology), Honorary Member of the Foundation for Head and Neck Oncology, President of Italian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (2014 – 2015), Conference Chairman of EHNS 2018 (European Head and Neck Society), Conference Chiarman of IFHNOS 2022 (International Federation of Head and Neck Oncological Societies).

Research Interests:

His research interests focuses on Cancer surgery, Salivary glands, Nasal nodules, Vocal cord nodules, Thyroid, Nose cancer, Throat lore, Throat laryngoma.

Open Access Journals

Recently Released Issues

Social Network

Loading ....
Loading ....
Loading ....

Abstracting and Indexing

Boffin Access use Crossref Similarity Check for averting plagiarism


Boffin Access Limited is committed to maintaining the integrity of the scholarly record to researchers. Therefore violation of professional ethical codes may lead to retract articles. Article(s) may be retracted if it is found to have serious flaws, reported misconduct research, constitute copyright infringement and plagiarism.
To help avoid the incorrect or misleading publications, please drop your message to

Send Information

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Enter your e-mail address to stay informed about published articles, issue releases and latest updates on journal activities.


We openly welcome feedback and constructive criticism. Your compliments, concerns and suggestions regarding our services will prove enormously helpful in making them even better.

Do you have an idea or suggestion that can influence the Open Access community? Send an email to: support@boffinaccess.org