This program will equip students with solid theoretical and systematic professional knowledge in molecular medicine, biomedical engineering, and related fields. Graduates of this program will have the opportunity to undertake independent scientific research, allowing them to understand the current status and future trends of medicine/biomedical engineering, and write and communicate in English.
MAIN RESEARCH FIELDS:
1. Biomedical information
Apply biomedical engineering techniques and methods to collect, analyze and evaluate health-related biomedical information, establish disease risk prediction and early warning models, explore the underlying reasons of disease pathogenesis, and conduct intervention studies.
2. Cell and tissue engineering
Conduct research on various types of stem cell and bioscaffold materials, and learn how to apply tissue engineering and regeneration technologies to acute and chronic injuries and diseases; conduct research using cell engineering and nanomaterial labeling technologies based on modern gene technology; perform in vivo and in vitro cell tracing and monitoring; and develop new sources of stem cells for research and industrialization amplification technologies, including the development of 3D culture and amplification and bioreactor systems.
3. Systematic Biomedical:
Harness biophysical, biochemical, bioinformatic and systems biology approaches to study human aging and major diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, metabolic diseases, and infectious diseases; use cells, tissues, organs to conduct translational medicine research into human disease mechanisms at multiple levels, and develop personalized and precise diagnostic and treatment approaches.