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SATO Jun

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Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of Physical Therapy
Center for Physical Therapy Practicum Support
Biomedical Sciences (graduate school)
Rehabilitation Sciences (graduate school)
Graduated Doctor Course, Nagoya University Graduate School
Degree Doctor of Medical Science (Nagoya University)
Qualification Medical Doctor
Academic Institutional Membership Japanese Association for the Study of Pain
Japanese Association for the Study of Musculoskeletal Pain
Japanese Society of Biometeorology
Physiological Society of Japan
Japan Society of Pain Clinic
Japan Society of Aerospace and Environmental Medicine
Japan Society of Neurovegetative Research
The Japanese Headache Society
The Japan Neuroscience Society
International Association for the Study of Pain
International Society of Biometeorology
Society for Neuroscience
Field of Study Weather Pain, Meteoropathy, Sympathetically Maintained Pain
Research, Studies Mechanism of weather pain and sympathetically maintained pain
Curriculum Specialized Physiology

Academic Papers, Critique

Lowering barometric pressure induces neuronal activation in the superior vestibular nucleus in mice. PLoS ONE 14(1): e0211297. (2019) https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0211297

Maternal separation as a risk factor for aggravation of neuropathic pain in later life in mice. Behav Brain Res. 2018 Jun 20. pii: S0166-4328(18)30294-8

Therapeutic effects of diclofenac, pregabalin, and duloxetine on disuse-induced chronic musculoskeletal pain in rats. Sci Rep. 8(1):3311, 2018.

Air puff-induced 22-kHz calls in F344 rats. Physiol Behav. 155:237-41, 2016.

Insular neural system controls decision-making in healthy and methamphetamine-treated rats. PNAS, 112(29):E3930-3939, 2015.

Activated spinal astrocytes are involved in the maintenance of chronic widespread mechanical hyperalgesia after cast immobilization. Mol Pain, 10(1):6, 2014.

Adrenergic excitation of cutaneous pain receptors induced by peripheral nerve injury. ‚ÄĚScience, 251:1608-1610, 1991.

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