(Last updated : 2021-11-22 09:36:17)
  Atsushi Doi
   Department   Kumamoto Health Science University  Division of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University Graduate School  Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Health Sciences
   Position  Professor
Basic Information
■ Research Fields
Neuroscience-general, Biomedical engineering, Sports sciences, Pathophysiologic neuroscience, Pharmacology, Clinical pharmacy 
■ Educational Background
Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medical Science, Kyushu University
■ E-mail
Academic Achievements
■ Selected Publications
1. 2020/10 Article Free gait in a shallow pool accelerates recovery after exercise in model mice with fibromyalgia 2020; 16(5): 398-409 (指導大学院生との共同研究) Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation  (Collaboration) Link
2. 2020/09 Article Excessive exercise induces cardiac arrhythmia in a young fibromyalgia mouse model September 30, 2020 (指導大学院生との共同研究) PLOS One  (Collaboration) Link
3. 2019/11 Article Ca2+-Independent and Voltage-Dependent Exocytosis in Mouse Chromaffin
Cells Acta Physiologica  (Collaboration) 
4. 2019/04 Article Mechanisms of pain transmission from peripheral sensory organ to spinal cord dorsal horn   (Single) 
5. 2019/04 Article Noradrenaline modulates mechanically evoked responses in the rat spinal dorsal horn: an in vivo patch-clamp study
17 April 2019 Volume 2019:12 Pages 1269—1278 Journal of Pain Research 12,pp.1269-1278 (Collaboration) 
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■ Selected Presentations
1. 2014/11/13 Combination of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Botulinum Toxin A and Intensive Occupational Therapy Facilitate Functional Recovery of Stroke Patients (Americal Society of Neurorehabilitation)
2. 2014/04 Effect of gait training with a hybrid assistance limb at post-stroke hemiplegic patients (World Federation of Neurorehabilitation)
3. 2014/04 Effects of BTX‐A re‐acdministration on patients with upper-limb spastic hemiparesis after stroke (World Federation of Occupational Therapy)
4. 2014/04 The trial of low frequency rTMS and occupational therapy for patients still in a recovery stage after stroke (World Federation of Occupational Therapy)
5. 2013/11 ATP released from glia is critical for the generation of sighs (Society for Neuroscience 42th Annual meeting (379.07/JJJ21).)
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