The Ph.D. program includes areas in biomedical engineering, biomedical photonics, bioinformatics, biomaterials and tissue engineering, biopharmaceutical engineering, genetics, microbiology, biochemistry, biophysics and molecular biology, ecology and botany.There is also a post-doctoral training station in the two national key disciplines: biomedical engineering and biology. The college has a current enrollment of 2029 students including 379 PhD students, and 155 international graduate students.