Chen-Kang Chang, PhD

Editorial Board Member

Department of Sport Performance,
National Taiwan University of Sport, Taiwan

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Dr Chen-Kang Chang received his BS degree in Chemistry and MS degree in Biochemical Science in National Taiwan University. He earned another MS degree in Human Nutrition and Food Management, and PhD degree in Nutrition in the Ohio State University. Dr Chang is a professor in Department of Sport Performance, National Taiwan University of Sport. His administrative duty includes Vice President and Dean of Research and Development. Dr Chang has published dozens of research articles and book chapters in nutrition and sport performance. He has also worked with numerous athletes from grassroots to international levels as a sport nutritionist.With the grant support from Ministry of Education, NTUS has established the Center for Sport Science Research in Central Taiwan (CSSRCT). The CSSRCT, composed of faculty of Department of Exercise Health Science, Department of Physical Education, Department of Sport Performance, and Sport Science Research Center has the state-of-the-art instruments for research in exercise physiology, exercise psychology, exercise immunology, sport nutrition, biomechanics, movement science, and athletic training. Through CSSRCT, NTUS plays a central role in integrating the resources in sport science research in central Taiwan, including National Chung Hsing University, National Taichung University of Education, and China Medical University. The faculty and students in NTUS also actively participate in application of sport science to training of all levels of athletes. NTUS has cooperated with National Sport Training Center to provide service to national athletes in all aspects of sport science. NTUS also helps athletes and coaches in junior and senior high schools in central Taiwan in training, physiological assessments, nutrition awareness, psychological counseling, and injury prevention.

Research Interest

Nutritional supplements and sport performance Nutrition and exercise in dementia Nutrition and exercise in sarcopenia