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Katsuhiko Suzuki, M.D. ＆ Ph.D.
Professor, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University.
Department of Life Sciences, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Waseda
University (MS: 1993).
Hirosaki University School of Medicine (MD: 1999, PhD: 2002).
General Physician Training Course, Internal Medicine, Hospital, International
Medical Center of Japan (IMCJ).
Applied health sciences, Sport sciences, Immunology, Internal medicine
1) Risk assessment of acute and chronic exercise using biochemical and
2) Analysis and assessment of immunity and inflammation centered on phagocytes and cytokines.
3) Role of free radicals and antioxidants in health and diseases.
4) Exercise prescription for lifestyle-related diseases.
5) Assessment of anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties in food components.
For more information, please visit Google Scholar and/or Waseda University Reseacher Database.
■PhD supervision as the principal advisor (Post-doctorates and PhD candidates)
Noriaki Kawanishi, Mechanisms of metabolic syndrome improvement by exercise training. 2012.
Harumi Hayashida, Influence of menstrual cycle and endurance exercise on stress and inflammatory
markers in women. 2012.
Kaoru Sugama, Studies of oxidative stress, inflammation and muscle/renal damage following endurance exercise. 2013.
Yoko Suzuki, Detection of chronic inflammatory states in cancer patients and screening
for antioxidant activity of plant
Kazue Kanda, Evaluation and elucidation of the mechanisms of exercise-induced muscle
damage and development of a new muscle damage marker. 2014.
Shuji Sawada, Effects of exercise on circulating microRNAs. 2014.
Koichi Yada, The title will be related with antioxidants, exercise-induced oxidative
stress and training adaptation. 2015.
Hiroaki Sako, Genome-wide analysis of the effect of exercise on translation and co-expressed
gene network. 2016
Yung-Li Hung, Characterization of exercise-induced inflammation and exploration of the
anti-inflammatory substances 2017. ,
■Supervision of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) reseachers and their publications
Jonathan Peake, Neutrophil activation, antioxidant supplements and exercise-induced oxidative
Noriaki Kawanishi, Exercise attenuates M1 macrophages and CD8+ T cells in the adipose tissue
of obese mice. 2013.
Masaki Takahashi, Low-volume exercise training attenuates oxidative stress and neutrophils
activation in older adult. 2013.
Hiroaki Sako, Genome-wide analysis of acute inflammatory and anti-Inflammatory responses
in RAW264 cells suggests
cis-elements associated with translational regulation. 2016.
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