The IPCTRM’s curriculum provides the expertise, professionalism, and technical skills needed for cell therapy research and practical application.


A. Three Main Axes:

  Basic Research skills, covering: Stem cell research in medicine, Cell biology, Molecular biology, Advanced stem cell biology, Immune cell therapy;

  Translational application, covering: Clinical study, Medical statistics, Special topics in cell therapy & regeneration medicine;

  Industrial application and Regulation Affairs, covering: Research ethics, Forum for cell therapy & regeneration medicine, and Medical industry and cell therapy regulations and patents.

B. Requieds Courses:

 ◆  Seminar   4 credits
 ◆  Advanced stem cell biology   2 credits
 ◆  Forum for cell therapy & regeneration medicine   2 credits
 ◆  Special topics in cell therapy & regeneration medicine   2 credits
 ◆  Immune cell therapy   2 credits
 ◆  Dissertation   12 credits

C. Suggested Electives Courses:

 ◆  Cell biology   3 credits
 ◆  Molecular biology   3 credits
 ◆  Medical statistics   2 credits
 ◆  Stem cell research in medicine   2 credits

Graduate Requirement


Before graduation, students must complete the tasks of each stage and the conditions that must be met, summarized as follows: (please refer to the study method for completeness)

         A. Each Learning Stage:

            (a) Courses Taken (A minimum of 30 credits, including 24 credits of required courses. Most of the course requirement can be completed in 2 years.)

            (b) Dissertation Guidance Committee (DGC)

            (c) Qualification Exam (QE)

            (d) Preliminary Audit of Ph.D. Dissertation

            (e) Oral Dissertation Defense

         B. ​Special conditions required for graduation:

            (a) Reporting at an academic symposium for at least one time.

(b) At least 1 original publication in SCI, SSCI journal (ranked in top 50%) as the first single author.