Mr Mrinal Supriya

Consultant ENT/Head Neck & Thyroid Surgeon


Clinical Interests

  • Full range of conditions of ear, nose and sinuses
  • Management of head and neck/thyroid cancer
  • Facial Plastic surgery - Facelifts
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Otoplasty
  • Expertise in minimal invasive LASER, endoscopic and/or robotic surgery

Awards and distinctions

  • Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh- Ethicon Fellowship
  • Scottish Otolaryngology Society – Guthrie Scholarship
  • HCS International Foundation Scholarship
  • David Sherrit Fellowship
  • Silver medal in the University exam: MS (ENT)
  • Chief of naval staff medal in Pathology
  • Research studentship by the Indian Council of Medical Research 

Professional Memberships

  • British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons (BAETS)
  • General Medical Council (GMC)

International ENT/Head and neck Fellowships:

  • Wayne State University, Michigan, USA - 2013-2014
  • Peter MacCallum Hospital, Melbourne, Australia - 2010-2011

Current NHS and /or University Posts

  • Northampton General Hospital

Research Interests

  • Outcome of Robotic/Minimal access surgery for head and neck
  • Defining optimum treatment for HPV vs non HPV related throat cancer

Personal profile

Mrinal Supriya is a consultant ENT and Head and Neck/Thyroid Surgeon in the NHS at Northampton General Hospital with practising privileges at BMI Three Shires Hospital, Northampton and at St Georges Hospital, Tooting, London. He specialises in treating the full spectrum of conditions affecting the Ear, Nose/Sinuses and Head and Neck region; treating both adults and children.

He sub-specialises in treatment of Head and Neck / Thyroid cancer with expertise in minimal invasive LASER, endoscopic and/or robotic surgery.

Mrinal trained at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Edinburgh Royal Infirmary as part of East of Scotland Higher Surgical Rotation for ENT/Head and Neck Surgery, joining the Specialist register in 2012. He focused on Head and Neck/Thyroid Parathyroid during his fellowship at PeterMacCallum Cancer Hospital, Melbourne and joined Ninewells University Hospital, Dundee as a Consultant ENT surgeon at the end of his training.

He subsequently Joined Wayne State University, Michigan to gain expertise in Robotic Head & Neck/Thyroid surgery making him amongst the handful of ENT surgeon who are fellowship trained in robotic surgery.

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