1. Possessing solid basic knowledge in mathematics, natural science, electronic techniques, biomedical engineering and medicine;
2. Possessing systematic specialized knowledge in biomedical engineering, grasping fundamental theories and methods in medical electronics, bioelectronics, bioinformatics, medical physics and other specialties, apart from being familiar with theoretical frontiers, application background and development directions of the discipline studied;
3. Being capable of designingmedical instrument, developing computer systems, and carry fundamental research or application research in biomedical engineering;
4. Being proficient in one foreign language and capable of reading professional scientific and technical literatures as well as oral or written communicationsin foreign languages;
5. All-round development and team-work spirit; being capable of oral or written communication, organization and coordination, and processing of sound scientific spirit and professional ethics.