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College of Sport and Health Science  /
Department of Sport and Health Science

 (Male)
 Motoyuki   IEMITSU  Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
Research Organization of Science and Technology   /
The Bio Medical Devices Center
Graduate School of Sport and Health Science
Research Organization of Science and Technology   /
Research Center for Sport and Health Science
■Graduate school/University/other
03/1996  Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare  Faculty of Biomedical Technology  Department of Health and Sports Science  Graduated
03/1998  Tohoku University  Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences  Disability Science Major  Master's course  Completed
03/1999  University of Tsukuba  Graduate School, Division of Medicine
03/2003  University of Tsukuba  Graduate School, Division of Medicine  Psychological Sciences Major  Doctoral course  Completed
■Academic degrees
M.S. in Disability Science (03/1998 Tohoku University)   Ph.D. in Medical Science (03/2003 University of Tsukuba)  
■Career history
04/2003-03/2004  日本学術振興会特別研究員(研究従事機関;筑波大学)
04/2004-03/2007  筑波大学大学院 人間総合科学研究科(体育科学系) 助手
04/2007-03/2008  奈良産業大学 教育学術研究センター 講師
04/2007-03/2008  筑波大学 先端学際領域研究センター 客員研究員
04/2007-  国立健康・栄養研究所 健康増進プログラム 運動ガイドラインプロジェクト 客員研究員
04/2008-03/2010  環太平洋大学 体育学部 体育学科 講師
04/2010-03/2014  立命館大学スポーツ健康科学部 准教授
04/2011-03/2013  筑波大学 生命領域学際研究センター 客員研究員
04/2014-  立命館大学スポーツ健康科学部 教授
■Committee history
2010-  日本運動生理学会評議員
2010-  日本体力医学会評議員
04/2012-  京都府教育委員会  ジュニア選手育成専門部会
12/2014-11/2016  独立行政法人日本学術振興会  科学研究費委員会専門委員
09/2015-  日本体力医学会編集委員
11/2016-  Nutrition  Editional Board
11/2017-  Journal of Exercise Nutrition and Biochemistry  Editional Board
12/2017-11/2018  独立行政法人日本学術振興会  科学研究費委員会専門委員
2017-  日本スポーツ栄養学会研究誌編集委員
04/2019-  日本トレーニング科学会編集委員
■Academic society memberships
Japan Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine  
"Japan Society of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences"  
Japan Society of Exercise and Sports Physiology  
The Japanese Circulation Society  
The Japanese Society of Hypertension  
European College of Sport Science  
American College of Sports Medicine  
Japan Society for the Study of Obesity  
Japan Society of Nutrition and Food Science  
American Physiological Society  
日本抗加齢医学会  
日本スポーツ栄養学会  
■Licenses and qualifications
健康運動実践指導者  (1995)    教員免許保健体育中学校第 I 種  (1996)    教員免許保健体育高等学校第 I 種  (1996)    健康運動指導士  (2009)   
■Subject of research
The development of exercise training and diet (dietary supplement) approach for the prevention and improvement of cardiovascular disease risk
Rearch of blood biomarkers that reflect the effect of exercise
The development of exercise training and diet (dietary supplement) approach for the prevention and improvement of diabetes mellitus risk
Development of Training/Nutrition Method for Enhancement of Competition Power
Study on Difference Between Athletic Heart and Diseased Hypertrophied Heart
■Research summary
The development of exercise training and diet (dietary supplement) approach for the prevention and improvement of cardiovascular disease risk (arterial stiffness, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and sacopenia).

 ①It is well-known that cardiovascular disease risks (arteriosclerosis, obeseness, diabetes, high blood pressure and sarcopenia) are increased by aging or bad history of daily exercise and eating habits and that these risks are reduced or improved by exercise. It, however, is still unknown how long, how strong or what time it is appropriate to do exercise. Therefore, we consider exercise to identify mechanism of exercise effects and to prevent or improve cardiovascular disease risks (arteriosclerosis, obeseness, diabetes and high blood pressure).

②To arteriosclerosis, obeseness, diabetes, high blood pressure and sarcopenia, we verify the combined effects of exercise and eating (taking supplement).

③We locate blood biomarkers that represent effects of exercise, and identify the markers with which effects of exercise can be informed by easy examinations.
■Research keywords
Training, Exercise, Health promortion, Heart, Arterial stiffness, Diabetes, Hypertension, Metabolic syndrome, Sarcopenia, Gene polymorphism 
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Books
Dehydroepiandrosterone: The Role of Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in Skeletal Muscle  Sato K and Iemitsu M  Vitamins and Hormones  205-221  08/2018  978-0128143612
もっとなっとく使えるスポーツサイエンス  家光素行  講談社  94-99  04/2017
アンチエイジング医学の基礎と臨床「動脈のアンチエイジングと運動の生理学・生化学」  家光素行  メジカルビュー  296-297  09/2015  978-4-7583-0491-7
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Papers
Aerobic exercise training-induced irisin secretion is associated with the reduction of arterial stiffness via nitric oxide production in adults with obesity.  Inoue K, Fujie S, Hasegawa N, Horii N, Uchida M, Iemitsu K, Sanada K, Hamaoka T, Iemitsu M.  Appl Physiol Nutr Metab  2020
Increased serum salusin-α by aerobic exercise training correlates with improvements in arterial stiffness in middle-aged and older adults.  Fujie S, Hasegawa N, Sanada K, Hamaoka T, Maeda S, Padilla J, Martinez-Lemus LA, Iemitsu M.  Aging  12/ 122, 1201-1212  01/2020  10.18632/aging.102678
Aging-induced elevation in circulating complement C1q level is associated with arterial stiffness.  Hasegawa N, Fujie S, Horii N, Uchida M, Toyama Y, Inoue K, Sanada K, Hamaoka T, Iemitsu M.  Exp Gerontol  124, 110650  09/2019  10.1016/j.exger.2019.110650
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Research presentations
Short time and short term of high-intensity intermittent exercise training reduces arterial stiffness via upregulation of endothelial nitric oxide signalling.  European Society of Cardiology Congress 2019  09/01/2019
Voluntary wheel running influences on dynamics of gut microbiota F/B ratio in TLR5 deficient mice.  24th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science  07/05/2019
Effects of nutritional status on arterial stiffness in the subjects with pre-sarcopenia.  American College of Sports Medicine 66th Annual Meeting  06/01/2019
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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Competitive grants, etc. (exc. KAKENHI)
性ステロイドホルモンの増大が生活習慣病を改善させるか?  ヤマハ発動機スポーツ振興財団YMFSスポーツチャレンジ助成  2011  2011  Main representative
遺伝的素因による生活習慣病リスクの増大に習慣的運動が及ぼす影響  第32 回(財)石本記念デサントスポーツ科学振興財団学術研究助成金  2010  2010  Main representative
血管拡張・収縮因子の遺伝子多型に基づく動脈硬化予防のためのオーダーメイド運動処方の開発  上原記念生命科学財団 平成21年度研究奨励金  2010  2010  Main representative
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Achievements of joint / funded research
食品成分の同等性確認試験  09/2016-03/2017  Commisioned research  Main representative
クロレラ摂取による運動パフォーマンスへの影響に関する検討(ヒト試験)  04/2016-03/2018  Commisioned research  Main representative
機能性食品成分の筋肉への作用検討  09/2015-01/2016  Commisioned research  Main representative
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Academic awards
 第68回日本体力医学会大会 大塚スポーツ医・科学賞  09/2013
 第24回日本体力医学会学会賞  09/2011
 第15回 日本体力医学会 東海地方会学術集会 学術奨励賞  03/2011
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Courses taught
2017  Freshman Seminar 1  Seminar
2017  Freshman Seminar 2  Seminar
2017  Research in Sport and Health Science I  Seminar
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Teaching achievements
夢野台高校模擬講義 トレーニングやダイエットの効果の個人差に遺伝は関係するの?  10/2015-10/2015
専門科目-小集団の「専門演習(4回生)」において、卒業研究に向けて必要な知識と実験技術を動画やPower Pointの資料を作成し、さらに、実践までを行い、その結果をまとめて発表を行った。  09/2014-01/2015
専門科目-小集団 「研究入門Ⅱ」の授業において、各学生の興味のあるスポーツ・健康科学分野について調査・発表を実施、研究の目的や方法をレポートとしてまとめ、卒業研究に向けての準備を行った。  09/2014-01/2015
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■Tel
077-599-4131
■E-mail
■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Applied health science
Sports Science
Developmental mechanisms and the body works