Naples University is placed in Naples, Italy. In 1224 university was established and is organized in to 13 faculties. It is an oldest state university in the world. It is renamed with founder Federico II. Holy Roman Empire Frederick II was founder of university of Naples Federico II on 5th July 1224. Roman Catholic Theologian and Philosopher Thomas Aquinas are well-known students of the university. These are the 13 faculties of the university are follows: Agriculture, Architecture, Biotechnology, Economics, Engineering, Law, Letters and Philosophy, Pharmacy, Mathematical, Natural Sciences and Physical, Sociology, Medical and Surgery, Political Sciences and Veterinary Medicines. Fredrick II started the university to develop lawyers and judges for kingdom ministries and governing apparatus to maintain laws and administer justice. Next he focused on reducing or eliminating unnecessary expensive trips abroad during their training period of young students and scholars in cultural development. He made do the training in university of Bologna. In Salerno University was long existence. Schola Medica Salernitana was most famous medical faculty in Salerno. Theology and law faculties are established in 1245, Rome, for Naples students Rome was the eye-catching palace. Left of the faculties is shifted to Salerno, this is to form single viable university for the south. But this trail has failed again it shifted to Naples in 1258. In 1258 it was reformed by Manfred Hohenstaufen, again it was founded by 1266 there after it was stable, sustainable line.
The following is the list of scholars from Naples University 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 Naples University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.