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Minoru Shinohara
10-08-2001, 04:44 PM
Please feel free to attend the following symposium.

Advances in neural and architectural mechanisms that control muscle
activity and movement

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2001
Time: 8:30AM - 12:00Noon
Place: The University of Tokyo at Komaba, Tokyo, Japan
Audio-visual hall on the 4th floor of the College Libaray
Fee: Free (No reservation required)
Language: English
Organizer: Lab. Sports Sciences, Department of Life Sciences
The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Inquiry: Minoru Shinohara (shino@idaten.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp)
web site: http://idaten.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/sympo_eng.htm

(1) Neural control of movement

M. Shinohara, et al (The University of Tokyo and University of
Colorado) "Contra-lateral activation in the left and right hand of
young and old adults"

T. Ohtsuki (The University of Tokyo) "Effect of prediction on human
voluntary motor control"

K. Nakazawa, et al. (National Rehabilitation Center For The
Disabled, Japan) "Conditional transcranial magnetic stimulation has an
inhibitory effect on the soleus H-reflex during voluntary
lengthening contraction"

(2) Architecture of muscle-tendon complex

K. Kubo, et al. (The University of Tokyo) "Plasticity and
adaptability of human tendon structures in vivo"

Y. Kawakami (The University of Tokyo) "Architecture of human
skeletal muscles and its functional implications"

(3) Invited Lecture

R. M. Enoka (University of Colorado, CO, USA) "The electromyogram is
not a measure of the neural drive to motor neurons"

Minoru Shinohara, Ph.D.
The University of Tokyo, Japan

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