About the University: Universidad de Jaén was established in the year 1993, it is a public university, and the current vice-chancellor of the university is Manuel Parras Rosa. The university began its journey as an autonomous institution since then; the University of Jaén has been able to respond to the demands of the academic community, and of society as a whole. The institution has made a decisive commitment to innovation and quality, both in the delivery of its degrees and in the advancement of its infrastructures, which translates into an increase in teaching and research activity. The classes, of a high practical content, are formed by small groups, following the guidelines of the new European Space of Higher Education (EHEA). The research laboratories are equipped with the most modern material so that the students can develop their practical activities with the most advanced technology. About Academics/Campuses/Affiliated Colleges: The university has the following categories: Faculties: Faculty of Experimental Sciences Faculty of Social Sciences and Law Faculty of Humanities and Education University Schools: School of Health Sciences School of Social Work Advanced Technical Colleges: Jaén Advanced Technical College Linares Advanced Technical College Research and Statistics: The following are the research activities being carried out in the university: Researchers from the Departments of Experimental Biology and Psychology at the University of Jaén have confirmed the antioxidant and repairing power of a neuronal hormone in damage caused by lack of oxygen in the brain. A multidisciplinary team made up of researchers from the University of Jaén and the University of Granada gathered the first research prize awarded by the Andalusian Society of Nutrition and Dietetics (Sancyd), corresponding to the category of best article carried out last year by Andalusian health professionals . Members of the research group Theoretical and Experimental Physical Chemistry at the University of Jaén have carried out an international collaborative work with researchers from the Chemistry Department of Kings College London (United Kingdom) and the University of Lille 1 (France). Of the study by means of microwave spectroscopy of the conformational profile of limonene oxide molecules, a terpenic compound with a high structural flexibility with an important interest from the biological and atmospheric point of view.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Universidad de JaÃ©n that are published in OMICS International journals.