Friday, February 2, 2018

OMICS' Domains

In addition to the obvious three -- omicsgroup.org, omicsonline.com, and omicsonline.org -- as of January 2018, the following domains are associated with OMICS

⊗ alliedacademies.org
⊗ conferenceseries.com
⊗ conferenceseries.net
⊗ euroscicon.com, euroscicononline.org
⊗ global-summit.com
⊗ imedpub.com
⊗ lifescienceevents.com
⊗ openaccessjournals.com
⊗ pulsus.com
⊗ pharmaceuticalconferences.com
⊗ rroij.com
⊗ scholarsresearchlibrary.com
⊗ scitechnol.com
⊗ tsijournals.com
OMICS also is using the domains
⊙ annualconferences.org
⊙ conferenceeurope.com, and
⊙ meettheglobalexpert.com
to send emails. Finally, the following domains are registered (3/22/18) to OMICS' founder, Srinubabu Gedela or OMICS:
⊗ biotechnologycongress.com
⊗ conferencesamerica.org
⊗ metabolomicsconference.com
⊗ meetingsint.com
⊗ nutritionalconference.com
⊗ oceanographyconference.com
⊗ omicsgroupconferences.com
⊗ scientificmeet.com
⊗ srinubabu.com
The last site states (3/22/18) that "Dr Gedela is a serial entrepreneur and a scientist [with a] Post Doctorate from Stanford University." It explains further that
As part of expansion Omics International Pvt Ltd 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 Pvt Ltd is an ever expanding publishing group ....
There's no disputing that. At least, not majorly.

For other reports of Omics brand names, see the comments to this posting and Graham Readfearn, All those OMICS linked companies in one place, Jan. 12, 2018.

6 comments:

  1. EuroSciCon.com / LifeSciEvent
    meetingsint.org / MeetingsInt.com

    Many more domains staked out here:
    https://domainbigdata.com/nj/X8nZI6v5Eit3WTDUDB9GDA

    Are you sure about "ScholarsResearchLibrary"? It seems insufficiently grasping to be an OMICS pseudopod.

    I had wondered about "scienceaccess.org" conferences / journals, but they seem to be some other Hyderabad wannabe.

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    1. The list came from the Federal Trade Commission, but I do not know how it was generated.

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  2. I'm now receiving spam from "ophthomology@conferencesamerica.org", where conferencesamerica.org turns out to be yet another OMICS tentacle, registered by Srinubabu Gedela.

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    1. The spam is signed by "Alexandra valerie", Program Director, American Ophthalmology 2018. Sounds legit!

      The address on the spam is americaconferences.org, so better add that to the list as well.

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  3. Annualconferences.org

    -- Their spam uses the phone number 44-2033182512, which is also that of EuroSciCon, which became an OMICS tentacle last year.
    https://twitter.com/jeffrey_beall/status/900009158409207808

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