Balykin Mikhail Vasilyevich
Balykin Mikhail Vasilievitsch – Head of the Department of Adaptive physical education of Medicine, Ecology and Physical Culture Institute of Ulyanovsk State University, honored worker of Higher Professional Education, member of the International Informatization Academy, doctor of biological sciences, professor, author of 295 scientific works. Under his instruction were defended 21 candidate’s dissertations and 1 doctoral dissertation. He is a member of the Expert Council of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences on hypoxia.
Research project subject: «Studying of system, organ and molecular-cellular mechanisms of the adaptation to muscular activity» (academic advisor – doctor of biological sciences, professor Balykin, done by: candidate of biological sciences, associate professor Sagydova S., candidate of biological sciences, associate professor Aiziatullova E., postgraduate student Zscharkov A.)
Summary: During an experiment (made on rats) system (external respiration, cardio-vascular system, blood), organ (brain, heart, lungs, liver, endocrine glands, skeletal muscles etc.) and molecular-cellular mechanisms (process of lipid peroxidation – system of antioxidant defense, gene expression HIF-1A, ACE, EPOR, UCP3, PPARA etc.) on various stages of the adaptation to physical activities were studied. Organ specific features of animal adaptation to muscular activity were determined.
Research project subject: «Preconditioning effects of hypoxia and its possibilities in advancing of the body functional reserves» (academic advisor – doctor of biological sciences, professor Balykin, done by: candidate of biological sciences, associate professor Sagydova S., candidate of biological sciences, associate professor Aiziatullova E., candidate of biological sciences, associate professor Antipov I., postgraduate student Zscharkov A.)
Summary. During the experiments (made on rats)it was shown that under the influence of intermittent hypoxia occur morphofunctional changes in visceral and somatic organs which increase the overall body resistance to environmental factors and muscular activity. Organ features of adaptation to hypoxia which improve oxygen supply of organs were found. (preconditioning effect).
Hypoxic training regimes for representatives of various sports (swimming, athletics, skiing, martial arts) that increase functional reserves of the athletes were designed to help improve athletic performance; a study to determine heritable hypoxia resistance of the athletes and endurance to work resistance was conducted.
Hypoxic training regimes for middle-aged and elderly persons were designed, that allow a direct affect on the metabolism and contribute to normalization of systemic and cerebral blood circulation, respiration and oxygen supply of the body, general physical health.
Research project subject: «Physical rehabilitation of people with central nervous function disorders and locomotor apparatus disorders» (academic advisors – doctor of biological sciences, professor Balykin, doctor of medical sciences, professor Mashin V., doctor of biological sciences, professor Gerasimenko J. ( Saint Petersburg – Los Angeles), done by: candidate of biological sciences, associate professor Sagydova S., candidate of medical sciences, associate professor Kotova E., postgraduate student Jakupov R.)
Research on regulation of locomotion mechanisms in non-invasive (dermatic) electrical stimulation of the spinal cord.
It was found that dermatic electrical stimulation of the lumbar-sacral segments leads to involuntary stepping movements. Similar effects were found in patients with cerebrovascular disorders and injuries of the spinal cord.
Research on the development modes of rehabilitation for spinal patients and patients with impaired cerebral circulation with the use of electrical stimulation of the spinal cord, mechanotherapy and therapeutic physical training.
Research on development of physical rehabilitation methods for children with ICP.
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