Kazumasa Manabe, M.D., Ph. D.

Education

  • 2014.4-2020.7: Ph.D., Dept. of Sports Medicine, Shinshu University Graduate School of Medicine, Matsumoto, Japan
  • 2006.4-2012.3: M.D., Doctor of Medicine, Shinshu University School of Medicine, Matsumoto, Japan

Current Studies

  • Gender differences in cerebro-cardiovascular response to countdown before voluntary exercise
  • Cerebro-cardiovascular response to countdown before voluntary exercise in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction

Contact Information

Kazumasa Manabe, Ph.D., M.D.
Visiting scholar/Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Women’s Heart Health Laboratory
Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine
Internal Medicine - UT Southwestern Medical Center - Internal Medicine
Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas
7232 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231
KazumasaManabe@texashealth.org

Highlighted Publications
  • Countdown before voluntary exercise induces muscle vasodilation with baroreflex-mediated decrease in muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humans

    Manabe K, Masuki S, Ogawa Y, Uchida K, Kamijo Y, Kataoka Y, Sumiyoshi E, Takeda Y, Aida T and Nose H. Countdown before voluntary exercise induces muscle vasodilation with baroreflex-mediated decrease in muscle sympathetic nerve activity in humansJ Appl Physiol (1985). 2020;128(5):1196-1206.

  • Mathematical model to estimate the increase in firefighters' core temperature during firefighting activity with a portable calorimeter.

    Kimura T, Ogawa Y, Hayashi H, Yamashita R, Kataoka Y, Uchida K, Manabe K, Shizue M and Nose H. Mathematical model to estimate the increase in firefighters' core temperature during firefighting activity with a portable calorimeter. Int J Biometeorol. 2020;64(5):755-764

  • Effects of hypervolemia by protein and glucose supplementation during aerobic training on thermal and arterial pressure regulations in hypertensive older men.

    Kataoka Y, Kamijo Y, Ogawa Y, Sumiyoshi E, Nakae M, Ikegawa S, Manabe K, Morikawa M, Nagata M, Takasugi S, Masuki S, and Nose H: Effects of hypervolemia by protein and glucose supplementation during aerobic training on thermal and arterial pressure regulations in hypertensive older men. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2016; 121(4): 1021-1031.

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