Kotomi Shiota

Kotomi Shiota

Associate Professor
Faculty of Policy Management
Short BiographyEXPERIENCE -REGULAR EMPLOYEE
4/2020- Present Keio University- Faculty of Policy Management -Associate
Professor
4/2016- Present Institute of Health and Community Sports- Representative Director
4/2011- 3/2016 Waseda University-Faculty of Sport Science-Assistant professor
4/2007- 3/2011 Ryotokuji University- Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences- Assistant professor
4/2003 – 8/2006 Shimoi Hospital - Rehabilitation Unit – Physical Therapist

EDUCATION
4/2017- 3/2019 GLOBIS University– (Masters Degree)
-Part-time MBA – Specialized in Business Administration
4/2005 - 3/2009 Tokyo Metropolitan University – (Doctoral Degree)
-Health Science Research Department – Specialized in Health Science
4/2006 -3/2007 University of Washington, Professional & Continuing Education
-Sports Medicine and Human Performance program
4/2003 - 3/2005 Tokyo Metropolitan University of Health Science – (Masters Degree)
- Health Science Research Department – Specialized in physical Therapy
4/1999 - 3/2003 Tokyo Metropolitan University of Health Science – (Bachelors Degree)
- Health Science Department – Specialized in physical Therapy
CERTIFICATES-Physical Therapist License, 4/2003 Japan
Areas of ExpertiseRehabilitation, Health Science, Physical Education, Adapted Sports, Sports Management, Special Needs Education, Social Work
Selected Publications-Kotomi Shiota, Survey report on awareness and participation behavior in disabled sports and disability understanding after Tokyo’s bid for the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics,J Phys Ther Sci,30(1): 5–10,2018
-Kotomi Shiota, Akane Tokui, Basic study of audiospatial cognitive ability in visually impaired athlete,J Phys Ther Sci,1981-1986 ,2017
-Kotomi Shiota, Effects of Low-to-medium Intensity Intradialytic Resistance Training in Elderly Chronic Hemodialysis Patients : Preliminary Effects After One Year of Intervention, International Jornal of Sport and Health Science, Vol 15,1-7,2017
-Kotomi Shiota, Promotion and support of physical activity for elderly hemodialysis patients, J Phys Ther Sci, 28(4), 1378-1383, 2016
-Kotomi Shiota, Influence of aging on postural control in terms of sensory movements. Physical Activity, Exercise, Sedentary Behavior, and Promoting Health, Springer Japan,pp.319-328,2015
-Kotomi Shiota,T Hashimoto ,T Matsuda, A Takanashi, et al: The Influence of a Physical Exercise during Hemodialysis in Improving Body Function.International society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine,Italy,pp33-34,2011
-Kotomi Shiota, Akira Takanashi, Makoto Ikeda,et al:Association between physical function and activities of daily living (ADL)/quality of life (QOL) in elderly dialysis patients. International society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine,pp113‐115,2009
-Kotomi Shiota, Makoto Ikeda: Influence of aging change in visual system on postural control, Japan Academy of Health Sciences (Vol 11), pp145-152,2008
-Kotomi Shiota, M.Morishita, M. Ikeda:The Influence of a Walking Exercise with a Perturbation in Improving Body Function.4th Congress of the International society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine ,Italy,pp213-216,2007
Message to StudentsNever bend your head. Always hold it high. Look the world straight in the eye- Helen Keller
Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus