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1. No more than 45 years old, with a Ph. D degree obtained in a renowned overseas university;
2. Currently holding an official teaching or research position in a prominent overseas university, hospital, enterprise, or other research organization (Experts and scholars holding professorships are preferred);
3. Outstanding talents in his or her research area, indicating the potential to become leaders in either academic or technological setting in his or her own field, with publications in internationally authoritative journals;
4. Being able to independently manage daily work in a lab, and host or participate as a key expert in previous or current important international research projects;
5. Passionate about scientific career, dare to innovate, with down-to-earth attitude, and the spirit of hardworking and teamwork.