Mathieu Maltais

Professeur associé

Coordonnées

Gérontopôle de Toulouse, 37 allée Jules Guesde, Toulouse France 31000
Courriel: Mathieu.Maltais@usherbrooke.ca
Téléphone +33 6 74 70 63 71,
Twitter: @mathieu_maltais

Formation universitaire

Postdoctorat Gérontopôle de Toulouse  (en cours)

Ph. D. en gérontologie
Université de Sherbrooke (2015)

M. Sc. en kinanthropologie
Université de Sherbrooke (2010)

B. Sc. kinésiologie
Université de Moncton (2008)

Champs d'intérêt

  • Activité physique et vieillissement
  • Activité physique sur le traitement et la prévention de la sarcopénie et la fragilité
  • Prescription d’exercice chez une population en état de fragilité
  • Rôle de l’activité physique dans un contexte d’hébergement de longue durée

    Recherches en cours

    • Projet SPRINTT : Sarcopenia & Physical Frailty in Older People: Multi-component treatment strategies: www.mysprintt.eu
    • Projet MAPT: Multidomain Alzheimer’s Prevention Trial
    • WHO Collaborating Centre For Frailty, Clinical Research and Geriatric Training

    Publications

    De Souto Barreto P, Rolland Y, Vellas B & Maltais M. Long-term exercise for protecting against mortality, hospitalizations, falls and fractures in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA: Internal Medicine (In Press)

    De Souto Barreto P, Rolland Y, Maltais M & Vellas B Associations of multidomain lifestyle intervention with the severity and incidence of frailty in older adults: secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial. The American Journal of Medicine (In Press)

    Vandenberghe C, Castellano CA, Maltais M, Fortier M, St-Pierre V, Dionne IJ & Cunnane SC (In press, 2018) A short-term intervention combining aerobic exercise with medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) is more ketogenic than either MCT or aerobic exercise alone: A comparison of normoglycemic and pre-diabetic older women.  Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism

    Maltais M, Rolland Y, Hay PE, Armaingaud D, Vellas B & Barreto P, (2018) Six-month observational follow-up on activities of daily living in people with dementia living in nursing homes after a 6-month group-based of either exercise or social activities. Aging and Clinical Experimental Research. 

    Pothier K, de Souto Barreto P, Maltais M, Rolland Y & Vellas B (2018). Shifting from Declines to Improvements: Associations between a Meaningful Walking Speed Change and Cognitive Evolution over Three Years in Older Adults. The Journal of Nutrition Health & Aging

    Maltais M, Rolland, Y, Vellas, B, Hay P-E, Armaingaud D, Cestac P, Rouch L, Cesari M. & de Souto Barreto, P. (2018). The Effect of Exercise and Social Activity on Behavioural symptoms, Pain and Medication Consumption in Older Adults with Dementia Living in Nursing Homes: A Pilot Randomized, Controlled Trial. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias.

    Maltais M, Rolland Y, Häy P-E, Armaingaud D, Cestac P, Rouch L & de Souto Barreto P (2018). The effect of exercise and social activity interventions on nutritional status in older adults with dementia living in nursing homes: A randomized controlled trial. The Journal of Nutrition Health & Aging

    Maltais, M, Dubois, M, Amamou, T, Riesco E & Dionne, IJ (2017). The impact of post-resistance exercise protein consumption on subsequent appetite and daily energy intake of sarcopenic older men: a pilot study. Aging and Clinical Experimental Research.

    Goulet E, Melançon M, Lafrenière D, Paquin J, Maltais M & Morais J. (2017) Impact of Mild Hypohydratation on Muscle Endurance, Power and Strength in Healthy, Active Older Men. The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

    Maltais, M., Perreault, K., Courchesne-Loyer, A., Lagacé, J.-C., Barsalani, R., & Dionne, I. J. (2016). Effect of resistance training and various sources of protein supplementation on body fat mass and metabolic profile in sarcopenic overweight elderly men: a pilot study. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 26(1), 71-77.

    Maltais, M.L., Perreault-Ladouceur, J. & Dionne I.J. (2016) The effect of resistance training and different sources of post exercise protein supplementation on muscle mass and physical capacity in sarcopenic older men. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 30 (6) 1680-1687.

    Perreault, K. Courchesne-Loyer, A., Fortier, M., Maltais, M., Barsalani, R., Riesco, É & Dionne, I.J. (2016). Sixteen weeks of resistance training decrease plasma heat shock protein 72 (eHSP72) and increase muscle mass without affecting high sensitivity inflammatory markers’ level in sarcopenic men. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, 28 (2), 207-214.

    Maltais, M.L., Leblanc, S, Archambault-Therrien, C., Jean, B., Bobeuf, F. & Dionne, I.J. (2013) Various Sources of animal protein intake and their association with muscle mass index and insulin resistance in overweight postmenopausal women. International Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism. 2013; 5(2): 17-21

    Maltais, M.L. Desroches, J. & Dionne, I.J. (2010) Changes in muscle mass after menopause. Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions. Oct-Dec ; 9(4):186-97.

    Riesco, E., Aubertin-Leheudre, M., Maltais, M.L., Audet, M. & Dionne, I.J. Synergic effect of phytoestrogens and exercise training on cardiovascular risk profile in exercise-responder postmenopausal women: a pilot study. Menopause, 2010 Sep-Oct;17(5):1035-9.

    Communications

    2018:  Des valeurs de CRP élevées sont associé à la trajectoire de l’index de fragilité : une étude prospective. Congrès Francophone « Fragilité du Sujet âgé et  prévention de la perte d’automonie"

    2015: Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology: Science is the new steel: Effect of resistance training and various sources of protein supplementation on body fat mass and metabolic profile in sarcopenic overweight elderly men: a pilot study. Hamilton, Ontario

    2013: International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) World Congress: Weight loss induced changes in RMR: Association with leptin and adiponectin levels. Seoul, Korea