With over 67,000 students and more than 4,000 academic and administrative staff, the University of Torino (UniTo) in north-west Italy is one of the country’s largest and most prestigious universities. The University, founded in 1404, provides quality higher education and research opportunities; many UniTo graduates have achieved international renown. Today, UniTo offers over 150 undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in almost every field of study. A growing number of courses are taught in English, and Italian language tuition is available for incoming students. The University’s 27 departments offer excellent opportunities for Italian and non-Italian academic staff; 4 doctoral schools provide 29 doctoral programmes. International and local funding programmes, both public and private, support the University’s commitment to innovation and research. UniTo is extremely aware of its role in the local community, and promotes transfer of research results to industry through patent licensing and spin-offs, respecting economic, social and environmental sustainability. Over 3,800 international students and more than 500 agreements with other universities worldwide enhance UniTo’s international dimension. Students and academic staff can make use of 40 libraries with over 2 million books, the Botanic Gardens, and several university museums; university accommodation, eating places, and sports facilities are well located.
The following is the list of scholars from University of Torino Medical School who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences