The Catholic University of Korea is a non-public Roman Catholic establishment of upper education in South Korea. It firmly was established in 1855 and is that the oldest university in South Korea. The Catholic University of Korea operates campuses in national capital and within the neighbouring Bucheon town. The universitys school of medicine, thought of united of the foremost prestigious in South Korea, has eight related hospitals in major cities of the country. The university is affiliated to the Roman Catholic. The campus is located in the heart of the city of Hyehwa-dong, South Korea. The university incorporates a policy of "inbound globalization". Residents area unit inspired to speak solely in English throughout the program, that sometimes runs for a full semester. In accordance with the "inbound globalization" policy, the university is supplied with school members with prestigious educational backgrounds; professors, professionals, and researchers from the US, UK, Singapore, Canada, China, Germany, and Japan, among others. The campus has a wide range of different buildings; Old Seoul Fortress, Sungshin Gwan, University Church, Paolo Gwan and more. A wide stream of departments with different courses is available School of Theology (Theology), School of Music (Department of Music), School of Business Administration (Department of Business), School of Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering (Department of Life Science and Biotechnology), School of Digital Media, School of Nursing etc. The university accommodates 15,496 students as per date with an acceptance rate of 24.6%. The University is Ranked 4th in the fields of education and finance, (Joong-Ang Ilbos General Evaluation of Universities, 2014), Ranked 400 - 500 in QS World University Rankings, Ranked 400 - 500 in Academic Ranking of World Universities, ARWU US, 2014. Around 8 hospitals namely (SEOUL ST.MARYS, YEOUIDO ST.MARYS, BUCHEON ST.MARYS, ST.PAULS, MOTHER MERRY, ST. VINCENTS) are affiliated with the University. Research at Catholic University of Korea is providing enormous facilities which make Catholic University of Korea a centre for growth and excellence. Cell Death Disease Research Center, Catholic Rheumatism Research Centre, Research Institute of Transplantation, Advanced Institute for Advanced Fusion Medical Device Development, n Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Development Institute and others are the major centres of research.
The following is the list of scholars from Catholic University of Korea who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Catholic University of Korea that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.
Minhee Kim and Kyungsoo Kim
Hoo Young Lee
Jung Yeon Lim, Sang In Park, Soon A Park and Sung Won Kim
Kyung Min Kwon