Amornpan

Amornpan Ajjimaporn
Assistance Professor

  • 999 Nakhon Pathom, 73170.Thailand
  • amornpan.ajj@mahidol.edu
  • +668 3855 5647
  • www.mucomplex.ss.mahidol.ac.th/sselearning

Interested Areas/Research

Neurophysiology/EEG/Cortisol hormone/Exercise in special populations

Publication

National Publication

  • 1.Sucheera Chuensa-nguan, Kakanand Srungboonmee, Amornpan Ajjimaporn, Korakod Panich (2017). Short-Term Effect of Five-Minute Warm-Up Protocols on Flexibility and Repeated Sprint Ability in Collegiate Soccer Players. JSST.17(1).

  • 2.Narinrat Somwhong, Korakod Panich, Amornphan Ajjimaporn (2017). Physical fitness performance as determined by the Eurofit Test Battery in Thai overweight/obese children. JSST.17(1).

  • 3.Amornpan Ajjimaporn, and Waree Widjaja (2016). PHYSICAL FITNESS AND CORTISOL LEVEL IN THE INJURED WORKERS AFTER 6 MONTHS OF PHYSICAL REHABILITATION. JSST.16(2):89-98.

  • 4.Pensinee Panasiriwong, Sunisa Rachiwong, Amornpan Ajjimaporn, Waree Widjaja and Thyon Chentanez (2016) Effects of eight week modified hatha yoga on heart rate variability and stress response of industrial injured workers. JSST. 16(1):55-64.

  • 5.Natthaphol Phewkham, Sirirat Hiranrat, Amornpan Ajjimaporn and Chanakan Boonnuch (2016) Comparison of the electromyography during push-up exercise with three different conditions in healthy adults. JSST.16(1):33-44.

  • 6.Krirkwit Phongsri, Amornpan Ajjimaporn, and Supaporn Silalertdetkul (2015) Concurrent strength and endurance training for interment sport athletes (review article in Thai version). Journal of Faculty Physical Education. 18(2):1-15 (Thai version).

  • 7.Amornpan Ajjimaporn, Waree Widjaja and Thyon Chentanez (2015) Stress level and simple reaction time changes in the injured workers of the Industrial Rehabilitation Center, Social Security Office, Ministry of Labor, Thailand. Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences. 22(3):15-24 (Thai version).

  • 8.Siyarat Thitiphongtakan, Waree Widjaja, Vorasith Siripornpanich, Amornpan Ajjimaporn (2015) The acute effects of exergame on brain functions in elderly. JSST. 15(1): 131-140.

  • 9.Sirikun Pitsamai, Waree Widjaja, Amornpan Ajjimaporn (2015) The acute effect of cold showers recovery method on core temperature, heart rate, and thermal sensation scale after exercise in hot environment. JSST. 15(1): 91-98.

  • 10.Pattama Kherdkarn, Waree Widjaja, Vorasith Siripornpanich, Amornpan Ajjimaporn (2015) The acute effects of exergame on haemodynamics responses in sedentary and active young adults. JSST 15(1): 121-130.

  • 11.Orawan Chareonphol, Narin Somwang, Korakod Panich, Amornpan Ajjimaporn (2015) Physical fitness changes in children after attending a sports summer day camp program 2015 at College of Sports Science and Technology, Mahidol University for 3 weeks. JSST. 15(1): 213-222(Thai version).

  • 12.Nithiwat Keeratithaworn, Korakod Panich, Amornpan Ajimaporn, Vilai Kuptniratsaikul (2015) Effect of 4 week simple balance exercise on balance ability in Thai elderly. JSST. 15(1): 203-211.

  • 13.Amornpan Ajjimaporn, Kornkit Chaijenkij and Rungchai Chauchaiyakul (2014) Effects of exercising posture on heart rate and energy expenditure in Thai pregnant women. Journal of Sports Science and Technology. Vol. 14, No. 1, July 2014: 145-154 (Thai version).

  • 14.Amornpan Ajjimaporn. Relationship between work-related injuries, stress- induced cortisol level and effects of yoga training (review article in Thai version). Journal of Sports Science and Technology. Vol. 2, No. 1, December 2013: 1-7 (Thai version).

  • 15.Ajjimaporn, A., Chentanez, T., Songcharoen, P., Chaunchaiyakul, R., and Cherdrungsi, P. Adaptations of psychomotor parameters with and without weight training for 8 weeks period in below right elbow amputees. Bull. Health Sci. & Tech. 2002;5(1):45-65.

  • 16.Ajjimaporn, A., Chentanez, T., Songcharoen, P., Cherdrungsi, P , and Chaunchaiyakul, R. Anthropometric and strength adaptations of limb segments after seven to fourteen months below elbow and below knee amputations. Bull. Health Sci. & Tech. 2002;5(1):65-75.

International Publication

  • 1.Rachiwong S, Panasiriwong P, Saosomphop J, Widjaja W, Ajjimaporn A (2015) Effects of Modified Hatha Yoga in Industrial Rehabilitation on Physical Fitness and Stress of Injured Workers. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 25(3):669-74; DOI: 10.1007/s10926-015-9574-5.

  • 2.Amornpan Ajjimaporn, Charintip Somprasit, Rungchai Chauchaiyakul (2014) A Cross-sectional Study of Resting Cardiorespiratory and Metabolic Changes in Pregnant Women. J. Phys. Ther. Sci. 26 (5): 779–782.

  • 3.Amornpan Ajjimaporn, Tom Botsford, Scott H Garrett, Mary A Sens, Xu Dong Zhou, Jane R Dunlevy, Donald A Sens and Seema Somji (2012) ZIP8 expression in human proximal tubule cells, human urothelial cells transformed by Cd+2 and As+3 and in specimens of normal human urothelium and urothelial cancer. Cancer Cell International, 12:16.

  • 4.Somji S, Garrett SH, Toni C, Zhou XD, Zheng Y, Ajjimaporn A, Sens MA, Sens DA (2011) Differences in the epigenetic regulation of MT-3 gene expression between parental and Cd+2 or As+3 transformed human urothelial cells. Cancer Cell International 2011, 11:2.

  • 5.Ajjimaporn A., Gienger HM, Rosenberger TA (2009) Dose-dependedent activation of neuroglia results in a dose-independent loss of chat positive cells. Poster sessions. Special Issue: Abstracts of the American Society for Neurochemistry 40th Annual Meeting, 7–11 March, Charleston, SC, USA. J. Neurochem., 108 (Suppl. 1), 128–129. doi: 10.1111/j.1471-4159.2009.05818.x

  • 6.Ajjimaporn A, Phansuwan-Pujito P, Ebadi M, Govitrapong P (2008) Zinc rescues dopaminergic SK-N-SH cell lines from methamphetamine-induced toxicity. Brain Res Bull 77; 361-366.

  • 7.Ajjimaporn A, Phansuwan-Pujito P, Ebadi M, Govitrapong P (2007) Zinc protects SK-N-SH cells from methamphetamine-induced alpha-synuclein expression. Neurosci Lett 23; 419(1):59-63.

  • 8.Ajjimaporn A, Swinscoe J, Shavali S, Govitrapong P, Ebadi M (2005) Metallothionein provides zinc-mediated protective effects against methamphetamine toxicity in SK-N-SH cells. Brain Res Bull 67:466-475.

  • 9.Shavali S, Ho B, Govitrapong P, Sawlom S, Ajjimaporn A, Klongpanichapak S, Ebadi M (2005) Melatonin exerts its analgesic actions not by binding to opioid receptor subtypes but by increasing the release of beta-endorphin an endogenous opioid. Brain Res Bull 64 (6): 471-479.

  • 10.Ebadi M, Shama SK., Wanpan S., Ajjimaporn A (2004) Coenzyme Q10 inhibits mitochondrial complex-1 down-regulation and nuclear factor-kappa B activation. J Cell Mol Med. 8 (2): 213-222.

Text/Book

  • 1.Manuchair Ebadi, Sushil Sharma, Amornpan Ajjimaporn, and Scott Maanum.Weaver Mutant Mouse in Progression of Neurodegeneration in Parkinson's Disease, In: Parkinson's Disease, Manuchair Ebadi; Ronald F. Pfeiffer; J. Smolowintz (eds), Routledge, USA, pp537-556, 2004.

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