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Academic Research

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Sport Physiology

Having a long history in the department of physical education, sports physiology focuses on physiological changes and responses during exercise, as well as long-term training adaptations. Studies include effects of exercise on cardiovascular function, energy metabolism, immune function, muscle function, endocrine system, and body composition. Studies on physical fitness and the relationship between exercise and aging have been increasing in recent years because of the aging society and the promotion of government policies. In addition, due to advances in biotech testing techniques, research in biochemistry and molecular biology has extended the depth and breadth of sports physiology; as a result, the department has been purchasing equipments and instruments to support research programs.
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