MASUDA Tadashi

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Name
MASUDA Tadashi
Affiliation
Fukushima University
Section
Faculty of Symbiotic Systems Science, Department of Human Support System
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph. D.

Profile

Measurement and modeling of human motion applied to the fields of rehabilitation medicine and sports sciences.

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2010
 - 
Today
Professor, Faculty of Symbiotic Systems Science, Fukushima University
 

Education

 
 
   
 
The University of Tokyo
 
 
   
 
The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Assessment of Gait Parameter Estimated from Depth Images Recorded by Multiple Depth Sensors
YASUKAWA Makoto, MASUDA Tadashi
Journal of the Society of Biomechanisms Japan   42(4) 237-424   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
Masuda T
Bio Systems   132-133C 1-5   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
JINNO Tetsuya, MORITA Sadao, AIZAWA Junya, MASUDA Tadashi
The Japanese Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine   51(8) 574-581   2014
Angles of the shoulder joint are usually defined in each of the sagittal, coronal, and horizontal planes passing through the center of the shoulder joint. One of the problems with this method is the difficulty of describing some positions of the s...
Masuda T
Bio Systems   113(3) 144-148   Sep 2013   [Refereed]
Nishio Y, Ogishima S, Ichikawa M, Yamada Y, Usuda Y, Masuda T, Tanaka H
BMC systems biology   7 92   Sep 2013   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Kaneko Fuminari, Masuda Tadashi, Kurumadani Hiroshi, Murakami Tsuneji, Yamane Masahito
The Journal of Japanese Physical Therapy Association   30(5) 280-287   Aug 2003
The present study investigated to suggest the way to record electromyographic (EMG) data without motion artifact using fine wire electrodes during rapid and ballistic movement like a throwing. EMG was recorded with the fine wire electrode from the...
YAMADA HIROSHI, HATTA ARIHIRO, NISHIHIRA YOSHIAKI, KIZUKA TOMOHIRO, MASUDA TADASHI, YOKOI TAKASHI, OKADA MORIHIKO
Japanese Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine   52(4) 381-389   Aug 2003
We evaluated motor unit (MU) fatigue in the first dorsal interosseous muscle (FDI) using the collision principle. Eight healthy men exerted 70% (short-duration fatigue task: SDK task) and 30% (long-duration fatigue task: LDF task) maximum voluntar...
YAMADA HIROSHI, KIZUKA TOMOHIRO, MASUDA TADASHI, YOKOI TAKASHI, KANEKO FUMINARI, KANEKO KIMIHIRO, OKADA MORIHOKO
Japanese Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine   52(1) 29-42   Feb 2003
We studied the mechanism for slowing surface electromyography (EMG) during fatiguing contraction using superimposed M-wave analysis. Seven healthy male subjects exerted 60% maximum voluntary contraction of isometric abductions in the left first do...
YAMADA HIROSHI, KIZUKA TOMOHIRO, MASUDA TADASHI, SEKI KAZUHIKO, YOKOI TAKASHI, KANEKO FUMINARI, OKADA MORIHOKO
Japanese Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine   52(1) 51-64   Feb 2003
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of short-term immobilization on the maximum voluntary contraction (MVC) force. The first dorsal interosseus (FDI) of 10 healthy male adults was immobilized for 1 week using casting tape. Atrophy...
Kaneko Fuminari, Kizuka Tomohiro, Yamada Hiroshi, Yokoi Takashi, Masuda Tadashi
Congress of the Japanese Physical Therapy Association   2002(0) 25-25   2003
【はじめに】 我々がこれまでに報告してきた身体不活動が筋出力能力(最大筋力,筋出力調節能力,筋持久力)に及ぼす影響に関する研究では,1週間のギプス固定によりMRIで計測した筋断面積が変化しなかったにも関わらず,最大随意収縮筋力(MVC)は20%程度低下していた。したがって,その主な原因として末梢の筋量以外の原因が考えられた。諸家らの筋出力能力低下の予防に関する報告では,MVCの低下を予防する観点から,高負荷を与えた効果を検討したものがほとんどである。そこで本研究は,低負荷の運動でも神経系機...

Books etc

 
Practical Usage of Surface Electromyogram
KIZUKA Tomohiro, MASUDA Tadashi, KIRYU Tohru, SADOYAMA Tsugutake (Part:Joint Work)
Mar 2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
SAITOU Kenji, MASUDA Tadashi, SAITOH Hiroshi, HORIKAWA Etsuo
ジョイント・シンポジウム講演論文集 : スポーツ工学シンポジウム : シンポジウム:ヒューマン・ダイナミックス : symposium on sports engineering : symposium on human dynamics   13 Nov 2007   
Six normal male and one Parkinsonism male adults were participated in this study. These subjects walked five times in three different speeds i.e. slow, normal and fast, on five meter length way. Two sensor-units for detecting tri-axial angular vel...
Masuda T.
Biophysics   19 Oct 2005   
Matsumae Hiromi, Fukuoka Yutaka, Inaoka Hidenori, Kikuchi Hiroaki, Yamamoto Keiko, Masuda Tadashi
情報科学技術フォーラム一般講演論文集   22 Aug 2005   

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Research Grants & Projects

 
Biomedical Engineering