Giuseppe Grimaldi graduated with honors and specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, where he also received his first assignment as Adjunct Professor. He was awarded by the Italian Society of Fertility and Sterility for his studies on ovary and fallopian tube transplantation with microsurgery technique. In 1990 he achieved the first experimental pregnancy with an artificial, plastic tube. He completed his professional training in hospital and as a university researcher in England, then as research director at the University of Utah. He currently teaches Pathophysiology of Birth in the Degree Course in Obstetrics at the University of Piedmont “A. Avogadro “and is Professor of Gynecologic Immunology at the University of London. He speaks fluently English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Author of numerous publications on international journals, he wrote among others ‘Il Parto Dolce’ (Istituto Geografico De Agostini, Novara), ‘Guida Pratica al Parto Dolce’ (Il Mosaico), ‘Come Riuscire ad Avere un Bambino’ (Il Mosaico), ‘Guida Pratica per Gestire la Menopausa’ (I.S.M.E.M. Edizioni), ‘Dalla Cura dell’Infertilità al Parto in Acqua’ (I.S.M.E.M. Edizioni) and ‘Consultorio Tascabile’ (I.S.M.E.M. Edizioni).