Binzhou Medical University (BMU), a province-run institution was first established in 1970. It is one of the major medical universities in Shandong Province China. BMU has two campuses, located in Binzhou and Yantai respectively. The University is approved by World Health Organization. There are about 13000 undergraduate students and more than 100 graduate students. BMU has ten schools which are, Basic Medicine School, Clinical Medicine School, School of Clinical Medicine for the Handicapped, School of Stomatology, School of Nursing, School of Medical Humanities, School of Adult Education and others. It has thirteen bachelor’s degree specialties and has twelve master degree programs. BMU has five provincial key subjects, which are medical immunology, stomatology, clinical nutrition supporting center (Hepatobiliary Surgery), Internal Medicine and Anthropotomy–Histology–Embryology. BMU has nine affiliated hospitals and issues two journals: Chinese Hospital Statistics and Binzhou Medical University Transactions, which are published in China and abroad. BMU stresses international exchange and cooperation and has established friendly relationships with the School ofMedicine, UCSD, Florida Gulf Coast University in US; Yonsei University, the Catholic University of Korea; and Ottago University in New Zealand. Operation Rainbow established Academic Exchange Centre in China. A great number of faculties have been dispatched abroad for vocational studies or on a basis of scientific cooperation.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Binzhou Medical University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.