His own bitter experiences to get research literature prompted him to begin an initiative that would free the scientific knowledge from all barriers. Dr Gedela got young scientist award from Human Proteome Organization at Seoul, Korea in 2007, where he explored the difficulties faced by scholars from developing countries to access the scientific literature, with their support he started first open access journal called Journal of proteomics & Bioinformatics.
Encouraged by his fellow scientist friends at scholars at Andhra University and Stanford University, Dr. Gedela started OMICS International to make healthcare and scientific information open access. As Dr. Gedela’s initial interests were in the field of proteomics and diabetes he named his organization as ‘OMICS’. As he was well aware of the difficulties of his fellow scientists in accessing the instant information and knowledge, he committed himself to the mission of ‘Open Access’ to guarantee free and immediate access to information for any academic or research requirement. As of now OMICS International is operating in four Special Economic Zone Units with 2,500+ employees. As part of expansion OMICS International acquired several small and medium size companies in publishing and events sector. These companies are majorly from Europe, Canada and United States and ru.
Today, OMICS International is an ever expanding publishing group which publishes 700 scientific and healthcare journals in the fields of Clinical, Medical, Engineering & Technology, Management, and Life Sciences that publishes 50,000 scientific research articles annually. Not confining to publishing alone, Dr. Gedela quickly expanded his activates to International Conferences and events. With more than 1000+ Global Annual Medical and Scientific Meetings in 30 countries, OMICS International meetings are dais for 60,000+ scientists for meaningful interaction and discussions where world class scientists, and business professionals deliberate their knowledge with young and aspiring scholars.Dr. Srinubabu Gedela