Neural Communication between the Brain and Body
By considering the brain and body as a system, we are performing neuroscience studies about how we humans control our bodily movements and acquire new skills. Besides promoting fundamental understandings of movements and sensory information processing, we also aim contributing to development of future health, art science and rehabilitation medicine through those studies.
|Faculty of Environment and Information Studies|
Born 1977 in Yokohama. Graduated from the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, in 2000. Earned his Ph.D. in Life Science at the University of Tokyo in 2005 and Ph.D. in Medicine at Keio University in 2013. Has been an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, since 2014. Specializes in Exercise Physiology and Neuroscience. Conducting research on how our nervous system including the brain and body generates, modulates, and learns beautiful and sophisticated bodily movements, through physiological experiments using electroencephalogram, electromyogram, and some neuro-stimulation techniques.